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The focus of these habitat improvement projects are to provide favorable habitat to survive and thrive. In 1997, the American Rivers listed the Carmel one of many endangered rivers in the US.
 
The focus of these habitat improvement projects are to provide favorable habitat to survive and thrive. In 1997, the American Rivers listed the Carmel one of many endangered rivers in the US.
  
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''Completed Projects''listed on the CSRA website include<ref name="Completed"> http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/completed-projects/</ref>:
Completed projects listed on the CSRA website include<ref name="Completed"> http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/completed-projects/</ref>:
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*CRSA Gabion Project
 
*CRSA Gabion Project
 
*Extending [[Los Padres Dam]] Spillway
 
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*Helping Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project
 
*Helping Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project
  
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''Current Projects''listed on the CSRA website include <ref name="Current"> http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/current-projects/</ref>:
Current projects listed on the CSRA website include <ref name="Current"> http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/current-projects/</ref>:
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*Large Woody Debris, Phase II
 
*Large Woody Debris, Phase II
 
*Carmel Watershed Cleanups
 
*Carmel Watershed Cleanups
 
*Supplmental Water, Phase II
 
*Supplmental Water, Phase II
  
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''Planned Projects''listed on the CSRA website include <ref name="Planned"> http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/planned-projects/</ref>:
Planned projects listed on the CSRA website include <ref name="Planned"> http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/planned-projects/</ref>:
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*Striped Bass Removal
 
*Striped Bass Removal
 
*Small Woody Debris
 
*Small Woody Debris

Revision as of 07:20, 29 March 2018

An environmental summary created by the ENVS 560/L Watershed Systems class at CSUMB.

Background

The Carmel River Steelhead Association(CRSA) is a non-profit, volunteer and conservation group dedicated to the restoration of the Carmel River and its native Steelhead Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).[1]

Projects

Fish Rescues

Every year, CRSA members & volunteers go out and search the areas known to go dry and strand fish for steelhead trout. They relocate these fish to the mainstem Carmel River that will not go dry. [2]

In addition, they provide fish rescue results by year on their website. [2]

Habitat Improvements The focus of these habitat improvement projects are to provide favorable habitat to survive and thrive. In 1997, the American Rivers listed the Carmel one of many endangered rivers in the US.

Completed Projectslisted on the CSRA website include[3]:

  • CRSA Gabion Project
  • Extending Los Padres Dam Spillway
  • Notching Los Padres Dam Spillyway Lip
  • Removing Los Padres Dam Spillway Boulders
  • Building Ladder and Trap
  • Large Woody Debris. Phase 1
  • Finch Creek Fish Passage Barrier Removal
  • Supplemental Water for the Lagoon
  • Helping Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project

Current Projectslisted on the CSRA website include [4]:

  • Large Woody Debris, Phase II
  • Carmel Watershed Cleanups
  • Supplmental Water, Phase II

Planned Projectslisted on the CSRA website include [5]:

  • Striped Bass Removal
  • Small Woody Debris

Water Advocacy

References

  1. https://www.facebook.com/pg/Carmel-River-Steelhead-Association-296336120320/about/?ref=page_internal
  2. 2.0 2.1 http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/about-steelhead/fishrescues/
  3. http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/completed-projects/
  4. http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/current-projects/
  5. http://www.carmelsteelhead.org/habitat-improvement/planned-projects/

Links

Disclaimer

This page may contain student work completed as part of assigned coursework. It may not be accurate. It does not necessary reflect the opinion or policy of CSUMB, its staff, or students.