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  • The Kapusta 1B Side Channel Project - Construction Starting
    Beginning on Thursday, November 17th, the City of Redding Kapusta Open Space, located at the end of Latona Road off Highway 273, will be closed for the construction of a Salmon Restoration Project. The project is expected to be complete by Saturday, December 31st.The Kapusta 1B Side Channel Project is funded under the Central Valley Project Improvement Act to restore fish habitat for critically endangered winter-run Chinook salmon. The project incorporates a 2,150 ft-long side channel connected to the Sacramento River designed to provide juvenile fish habitat.
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  • Red Bluff High students help complete the East Sand Slough Side Channel Project
    The Resource Conservation District of Tehama County organized a student revegetation planting day on March 9 at the East Sand Slough Side Channel Project
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  • Pilot Project to Return Salmon to Their Historical Habitat above Shasta Dam Receives Initial Funding
    Department of Water Resources (DWR) will receive funding for the Juvenile Salmonid Collection System Pilot Project in the McCloud Arm of Shasta reservoir which aims to reintroduce Chinook salmon and to their historical habitat.
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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.