Project Details
Title: Trinity Channel Rehabilitation Site: Dutch Creek (River Mile 85.1 - 86.6)
Summary: The Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP), including Bureau of Reclamation, Bureau of Land Management, Shasta-Trinity National Forest and North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Water Board - state lead agency) propose to construct the Dutch Creek Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Project. The project purpose is to increase salmon and steelhead habitat downstream of Lewiston Dam, as described in the December 19, 2000, Record of Decision for the Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration Environmental Impact Statement. The proposed project is designed to enhance both terrestrial and aquatic habitat quality. In-river work will increase habitat complexity via construction of slow water refuge habitats (e.g., side channels), reconnection of the floodplain to the river, and placement of in-river geomorphic and habitat features (e.g., rock and wood structures). On-shore work will include revegetation of riverine and upland areas with native vegetation.
Brandt Gutermuth (530) 623-1806 (530) 623-5944
12/14/2018Draft EA/IS available for public review through COB January 18, 2019.
List of Available Reports
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Draft Environmental Assessment/Initial Study, Trinity Channel Rehabilitation Site: Dutch Creek (River Mile 85.1 - 86.6) .pdf 8,040,532 KB