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Riparian Protection

Identification and Mitigation of Riparian Issues

Landowners enjoying stream or river access on their property may be as familiar with the terms associated with the fragile areas along the banks of the water as they are with the myriad of life forms that thrive there.

In hydrologic terms, a stream and all the vegetation on its banks are considered a riparian zone.

These zones have been appropriately designated by multiple agencies as a top priority for restoration due to their vital role in the overall health of the surrounding watersheds. It is this important designation, as well as the essential role that these zones play in any landowner's efforts to maintain a balanced environment, that compels NCRC to provide multiple services to assist with any efforts to restore watersheds.

Such services may include:

- Hydrology
- Sediment Filtering Design and Implementation
- Bank Stabilization Design and Implementation
- Water Storage and Release Design
- Aquifer Recharging
- Planning and Permitting
- Financial Assistance

Channel modification, urbanization, and other land use changes have contributed to the problems of stream erosion and instability, degradation of important riparian habitat, and the loss of valuable land and infrastructure. Understanding stream behavior, assessing instability problems, and planning for stabilization or restoration projects have become increasingly important for landowners in sensitive areas.

NCRC has extensive experience in the identification and mitigation of riparian issues. If you have a stream, river or body of water on your property in which you seek assistance, please do not hesitate to call us at the Resource Center at 530-468-2888.

Northern California Resource Center
P.O. Box 342 Fort Jones, California 96032
530-468-2888
www.californiaresourcecenter.org

RESEARCH:
Sugar Creek Water Yield Study
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PROVIDED TO:

Scott River Cooperative Restoration Area

Scott Valley and Shasta Valley Watermaster District

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French Creek Fire Safe Council

Juniper Flat Fire Safe Council

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CWPP

Greater Lake Shastina Fire Safe Council

Quartz Valley Area Fire Safe Council

Rattlesnake Creek Fire Safe Council

Scott Bar Fire Safe Council

Scott Valley Fire Safe Council

Scott River Watershed Coalition of Fire Safe Councils

Seiad Fire Safe Council

Yreka Area Fire Safe Council

CWPP

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Additional Organizational Sponsorships

Scott Valley Film Coalition

Upper Mid Klamath Watershed Council

Siskiyou Biomass Utilization Group

Scott River Cooperative Restoration Area

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