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  • Side Channel Habitat Project in Anderson completed
    The Anderson River Park Side Channel Habitat Project was completed in late December. The project opened up a 0.3 mile channel which connects to the Sacramento River and a backwater alcove to provide year-round aquatic habitat for endangered winter-run Chinook salmon. The Forum worked with a wide variety of partners to complete this project which is part of the CVPIA Upper Sacramento River Anadromous Fish Habitat Restoration Program.
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  • Upcoming Tour of two Salmon Restoration Projects
    On January 10, representatives from several groups will tour two salmon habitat restoration projects that were completed in 2019. One is in Anderson and the other in Red Bluff, California.
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  • Side Channel Habitat Project in Red Bluff completed
    Rio Vista Side Channel Habitat Project in Red Bluff was completed in early November. Within one week of opening the 0.35 mile long side channel, endangered winter-run Chinook juveniles were observed making use of it (see video). The Forum worked with a wide variety of partners to complete this project which is part of the CVPIA Upper Sacramento River Anadromous Fish Habitat Restoration Program.
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Sacramento River Forum

The Sacramento River Forum (Forum) works with communities, agricultural interests, landowners, organizations and agencies along the Sacramento River from Keswick to Verona to facilitate resource management and restoration efforts to be effective, balanced and sensitive to the needs of local communities. The Forum supports restoration done well and serves as a forum for sharing, a facilitator of solutions and a partner for projects that protect both the natural values of the Sacramento River and the communities it runs through.