Trinity River Perception Survey

Trinity River Perception Survey

The Trinity County Resource Conservation District (TCRCD), a solely grant-funded Special District of the state, is requesting input from the citizens of Trinity County to get your thoughts about the management of the Trinity River.  We would greatly appreciate a few moments of your time to answer the following questions.  Please follow this link for the online survey. It’s fast and easy online, but if you prefer a pdf copy, follow this link:  Trinity River Survey This is the “fillable”…

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What’s Up With The Fall Chinook this year?

What’s Up With The Fall Chinook this year?

Curious what’s up with the Fall Chinook fish count? Just in case you missed this recent article about the Fall Chinook in the South Fork of the Trinity River, here is the Trinity Journal Link, and PDF of the article to read as well. Enjoy!                                                  “What’s up with the South Fork Chinook this year?”    …

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Green Algae in the Trinity River

Green Algae in the Trinity River

Is it Good?  Is it Bad? You may have noticed green algae in the Trinity River this past summer and wondered what it was, where it came from, and why it’s more than usual?  A simple one-page informative flyer about the algae has been created to help answer your questions.  In addition to posting here on TrinityRiver.org, you’ll find the flyer at various river kiosks and river community hubs around the county. For more information about how algae plays a…

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20th Anniversary Trinity River Salmon Festival

20th Anniversary Trinity River Salmon Festival

Join us for the 20th Anniversary (that’s right!) Trinity River Salmon Festival. October 13th, 10am-4pm at the Highland Art Center Meadow on Main St., Weaverville, CA. Special Animal Show at 1pm by the Turtle Bay Exploration Park (Please leave your animal friends at home to protect the wild ones).  Music!  Philosopher’s Tone, Don Hall & The Conrad Gulch Ramblers performing throughout the day. Celebrate and explore salmon through family activities, games, art, music, traditionally prepared salmon dinners, and hand crafted…

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Emergency Flow Change on the Trinity River 7-26-2018

Emergency Flow Change on the Trinity River 7-26-2018

Due to the Carr fire, the Carr Powerhouse is shut down. Releases from Lewiston Dam on 7/26/2018 increased from the summer base flow as follows: 10 am: from 450 cfs to 550 cfs 12 noon: from 550 cfs to 750 cfs. Check water levels before entering the river at trrp.net