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Proposed 2015 Limekiln Gulch Channel Rehabilitation Site Draft Environmental Document for Review

Document Links: Final EA/IS (6 MB) Draft EA/IS (6 MB) Checklist (677kb) Excerpted Site Map (figure 3) (422kb) Public Meeting Display Ad (68kb) Other Relevant Documents: Master EIR Programmatic EIS/EIR TRRP Foundational Documents Update June 15, 2015: Signed FONSI added to Final EA/IS post. The link provided in the box to the right now allows […]

Adaptive Management Poster Session October 6

For Immediate Release Contact: Donna Rupp, TCRCD 623-6004 Adaptive Management Poster Session October 6 The public is invited to join the Collaborative Adaptive Management Network (CAMNet) at their annual Rendezvous for the poster session and reception on Monday October 6, from 5:30 -7:30 pm at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center, Weaverville. The CAMNet Rendezvous […]

FINAL Environmental Assessment and Initial Study for Bucktail and Lower Junction City Channel Rehabilitation Sites AVAILABLE

Bucktail (River Mile 105.3-106.4) and Lower Junction City (River Mile 78.8-79.8) Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation sites Document Links: Final EA/IS (including all appendices; 20mb) Response to comment (Appendix B; 7mb) Proposed project figures: Bucktail (7mb) Lower Junction City (6mb) Signed Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for Lower Junction City Full “Legal Public Notice of […]

New River Access Point Now Open on Trinity River

New River Access Point Now Open on Trinity River             A new boat ramp, improved road, parking area and a campground connector trail are now open at the Lorenz Gulch River Access along the Trinity River near Douglas City in Trinity County. The Bureau of Land Management and the Trinity River Restoration Program announced opening […]

2013 Restoration Flow Release Schedule

The Restoration Release Schedule for river flows from Lewiston Dam was recommended by the Trinity Management Council on April 12th, 2013 and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation issued a News Release on April 19th. Releases will begin increasing April 21, will peak at 4,500 cfs on May 2-3, then decrease to a summer base-flow of […]