The Art of River Science – Pop-Up at Art Walk – Saturday, April 7

The Art of River Science – Pop-Up at Art Walk – Saturday, April 7

Stop by our pop-up exhibit this Saturday during the Weaverville Art walk. Our event includes: The Trinity River Timeline, 360 river and aerial photography; artwork by Kelly Corrigan and Derek Rupert; activities for kids including: coloring in our new Beaver Books, Trinity River Watershed map puzzles, information and applications for the 2018 Trinity River Youth Photo Contest; refreshments and more! Saturday, April 7 @ Five Windows Gallery Building Corner of Highway 3 and 299 5:00pm – 8:00pm

2018 Marks 50th Anniversary of Wild & Scenic Rivers Act

2018 Marks 50th Anniversary of Wild & Scenic Rivers Act

The mighty Trinity is seeing snowfall today and this coming October will also be celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson. Click here for more information regarding this historic national act of conservation of our natural world. “In the past 50 years, we have learned—all too slowly, I think—to prize and protect God’s precious gifts. Because we have, our own children and grandchildren will come to know and…

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Winter flows not approved for 2018

Winter flows not approved for 2018

http://www.trinityjournal.com/news/local/article_4a944922-dfb0-11e7-9c81-4760e68cfd46.html River plan for winter pulses put off By AMY GITTELSOHN The Trinity Journal The Trinity Management Council decided last week that a proposal by Trinity River Restoration Program staff for higher winter “pulse” flow releases to the Trinity River is not ready for implementation yet. With that — barring any safety of dams releases that could be needed — release from Lewiston Dam to the Trinity River are to be kept at a steady 300 cubic feet per second…

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Winter Flow Increases Proposed Starting February 1

Winter Flow Increases Proposed Starting February 1

From The Trinity Journal River program proposes winter flow increases By AMY GITTELSOHN The Trinity Journal Nov 22, 2017 0 Trinity River Restoration Program staff propose to raise the release from Lewiston Dam to the Trinity River with several spikes during the winter months. The TRRP will host a public informational meeting on the proposal from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 30, at the program office at 1313 S. Main St. in the Tops Super Foods shopping center….

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6th Annual Hyampom Salmon Gathering – Saturday, November 4!!

6th Annual Hyampom Salmon Gathering – Saturday, November 4!!

The Watershed Research and Training Center is hosting its 6th Annual Hyampom Salmon Gathering on Saturday, November 4 at the Hyampom Community Center. We are inviting you to join us for an exciting afternoon of educational talks where you will learn about the South Fork Trinity River watershed and Spring Chinook Salmon. After the talks, we’ll move the classroom outdoors and journey out on the South Fork River to make real-time observations, look for spawners and learn more about the…

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