Tag Archives: Permitting

New State Water Board Permit Speeds Habitat Recovery Across California

We’re celebrating dual restoration milestones this fall! As you may know, a new U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service authorization was approved, and we’ve got more good news: the Statewide Restoration Permit (Order) was adopted and the Programmatic Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) was certified by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) by a unanimous vote! As you…

Sustainable Conservation Receives CalTrout’s Streamkeeper Award

Photos courtesy of CalTrout We are honored to announce that we received CalTrout’s Streamkeeper Award, presented at their 50th anniversary gala this past month. We at Sustainable Conservation have a great deal of respect for CalTrout’s mission of ensuring resilient wild fish thrive in healthy waters for a better California – an area of environmental…

HRE Act Celebration: Fish Passage Clears Way for Steelhead, Chinook, Coho

Photo: Mendocino County RCD In 2020, we’re celebrating the 5-year anniversary of the Habitat Restoration and Enhancement (HRE) Act by spotlighting all of the amazing habitat- and species-boosting work restorationists have done around California. What: Bridge Installation/Fish Passage Improvement Who: Mendocino County Resource Conservation District Where: Rancheria Creek, a tributary of the Navarro River A lot of…