Over the past 100 years, the Russian River has lost 75% of its size
due to channelization, gravel mining, agriculture, and urban development.
As Russian Riverkeeper approaches its 25th anniversary we invite you to dream of the day the Russian River will be a healthier river; a river that once again has floodplains to help prevent major flooding; a river free of pollution; a river full of coho salmon and steelhead trout with abundant wildlife on its banks; a river with parks and walks along-side, so you may enjoy its beauty; a river with easy access for canoes and kayaks; a river that creates memories to last a lifetime. Give to our annual campaign today!
Don McEnhill, Executive Director of Russian Riverkeeper, explains what the single biggest problem with the Russian River is: a complete disconnection
of our River from its former floodplains from Ukiah to Jenner. Read the full article here: Watershed View of Russian River Problems
As Sonoma County Supervisor James Gore wraps up his trip with nonprofits LandPaths and Russian Riverkeeper, he’s seeing a big turnout already signed up to join the ‘Splash Mob” this weekend.
According to LandPaths Executive Director Craig Anderson, as many as 100 people are already registered to join the final event of the Head Waters ...
(Santa Rosa, CA) – Today, the Sonoma County Water Agency Board of Directors (Board) extended to 180 days the public review and comment period for the Fish Habitat Flows and Water Rights Project (Fish Flow Project) Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). The Board also added two hearing dates on the Fish Flow Project, on November ...
Wednesday’s trip from the foot of Lake Mendocino to a ranch south of Ukiah marked the start of the “Headwaters to Ocean Descent,” organized by LandPaths and Russian Riverkeeper and led by Sonoma County Supervisor James Gore, with the first three-day float this week and two ...
We are coordinating efforts to clean up the Russian River on one big day, September 17, 2016. We hope to get volunteer crews to clean up the river from Ukiah to Jenner. To sign up, please visit the website, www.russianrivercleanup.org
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