Restoration Action Database (RAD)

Welcome to the RAD! (expand for details)
The RAD provides data-driven information on restoration to support Trinity River ecology and fisheries below Trinity and Lewiston Dams, all the way to the confluence with the Klamath River. These data are primarily tabular, but will link out to other forms of data including maps. We intend to include all restoration activities within the Trinity River watershed that benefit mainstem fisheries. However, TRRP is only responsible for data on our own activities. Corrections may be submitted to the TRRP Data Steward. All data is provided as-is with no guarantees or warranties.

Site: Deadwood Creek

Back up to the table of TRRP mainstem restoration projects.

This provides data on a particular site.

Name:Deadwood Creek
Action Type:Channel Rehabilitation
Program:TRRP (USDI Record of Decision, 2000)
Unique Site Identifier:11
Photo:Photo capabilities pending.
Alternate Name:Deadwood Creek
Abbreviation:LEW
Suite:Lewiston 4
Environmental Study Limit (ESL):Lewiston 4
Year (primary construction):2008
Lead Agency:
Total Site Acres:26.39
Construction Footprint Acres:2.95
Description:
River-Miles (lower-focus-upper):110.600 -[110.700]- 110.800
Custom TRRP Web Page:
Web-Map Page:-
Civil Construction Designer:Hoopa Valley Tribe Design Group
Civil Design Date:2008-02-19
Design Cut Estimate:1700
Design Fill Estimate:1100
Latitude:40.7160
Longitude:-122.8040
Altitude (ft):1811
Hydrologic Unit:180102110703
NHD ID:8245790

Count of fields: 27