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13December Giving Steelhead Room to Roam

Pismo Creek Fish Ladder

In The News

BY DAVID SNEED

Central Coast Salmon Enhancement is in a race against time.

With the backing of several state wildlife agencies, the fisheries enhancement group is working to reach an agreement with an oil company that owns a Price Canyon oil field to allow completion of a fish passage project on Pismo Creek.

Read more here: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2013/12/12/2832912/giving-steelhead-trout-room-to.html#storylink=cpy

 

 
Watershed Restoration

Our watershed programs have engaged hundreds of people in collaboratively planning watershed restoration in our local watersheds. By providing objective technical expertise in these forums, we help stakeholders become informed and empowered, which hopefully leads to balanced, nonpolitically-motivated decisions regarding watershed health. Priority projects listed in the plans to recover Steelhead trout are now being implemented. We have also established credible and working relationships with dozens of landowners, technical and regulatory staff, business people, residents and municipal staff.  

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Pismo Creek Watershed

The Mission

The mission of the Pismo Creek/Edna Valley Watershed Forum is to produce and implement a watershed management plan that protects the beneficial land and water uses within the watershed while enhancing the quality of natural resources. The plan will emphasize protecting water quantity and quality, flood management, erosion control, and fish and wildlife habitat through voluntary and collaborative measures, community education, and outreach and restoration projects.

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