Restoration Projects Approved Since 2014

Below are the restoration projects approved since 2014 using recent Sustainable Conservation-initiated simplified permits, the Habitat Restoration and Enhancement Act and Coastal Commission coordinated approvals.

Del Norte County

  • Waukell Creek off-estuary habitat enhancement
  • Yontocket Slough fish passage improvement

Humboldt County

  • Baker Creek groundwater recharge ponds/stream flow improvement
  • Martin Slough tidegate improvement
  • Lower Beith Creek stream restoration
  • Wood Creek aquatic habitat enhancement
  • Strawberry Creek fish passage barrier and invasive species removal

Marin County

  • Stemple Creek stream channel improvement
  • Redwood Creek/Green Gulch habitat enhancement

Mendocino County

  • Rancheria Creek fish passage
  • Newman Gulch fish passage-barrier removal
  • Ten Mile River coho habitat enhancement – phase I
  • Mill Creek fish passage barrier removal

Monterey County

  • Big Sur River fish passage barrier removal

San Luis Obispo County

  • Pennington Creek steelhead passage barrier removal
  • Los Osos Creek streambank stabilization

San Mateo County

  • Gazos Creek rural road sediment reduction
  • Butano Creek floodplain restoration
  • Pilarcitos Creek rural road sediment reduction
  • San Gregorio Creek streamflow enhancement

Santa Barbara County

  • Upper Carpinteria Creek fish passage improvement
  • Quiota Creek fish passage improvements

Santa Cruz County

  • Green Valley riparian habitat restoration

Shasta County

  • Sacramento River side-channel habitat restoration

Siskiyou County

  • Lower French Creek beaver dam analogue installation
  • Parks Creek fish passage barrier removal

Sonoma County

  • Live Oaks Ranch fish passage and stream channel restoration
  • Redwood Creek culvert repair
  • Sonoma Creek vineyard habitat improvement
  • Sheephouse Creek sediment reduction

Tehama County

  • Lower Deer Creek Falls fish passage restoration