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  • Restoration Permitting Workshop
    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will conduct a restoration permitting workshop to support Cutting the Green Tape. CDFW permitting specialists will provide an informative overview of existing and new restoration permitting options and case studies to support future restoration projects,including those proposed for funding under the Summer 2021 Grant Solicitation. The workshop is Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 1:00 PM
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  • Hamilton City Levee Project Receives Major Funding Boost
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) announced Tuesday, January 19 that an additional $22 million is available to the Hamilton City Flood Damage Reduction and Ecosystem Restoration Project (Project) in the current fiscal year to support continued levee construction and habitat restoration. This funding infusion will fully fund the remaining work on the Project.
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  • Henderson Open Space in Redding to be renamed Nur Pon Open Space
    In an act of cultural appreciation, two open spaces in Redding are being renamed using the native Wintu language. What has been known as the Henderson Open Space along the bank of the Sacramento River in the heart of the city will now be known as Nur Pon Open Space. The Wintu term Nur Pon translates to salmon run. The Forum is a partner in a side channel project currently underway in the open space.
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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.