Redwood Forest Foundation
featured on The Nature Conservancy's
"California Salmon Snapshots"
This week, the Redwood Forest Foundation received global recognition for our exceptional salmon restoration programs.
On September 26, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) launched a new website,
California Salmon Snapshots,
to highlight significant efforts to protect California's threatened and endangered salmon. We are proud to report that the Redwood Forest Foundation is one of the featured partners.
RFFI's salmon restoration work is captured by photos and videos of the two major watersheds of Usal Redwood Forest:
For the first time ever, TNC has completed an analysis of California's salmon and restoration efforts using data provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, private landowners and watershed groups. These "Salmon Snapshots" will help guide state-wide salmon recovery in an effort to have the greatest impact.
California Salmon Snapshot Goals:
- Provide a clearinghouse for salmon population information;
- Encourage organizations to prioritize monitoring;
- Highlight locally-led watershed restoration efforts.
Old-growth redwood remnant in Anderson Creek,
a tributary to the South Fork Eel River