These two videos show the confluence of the North Ravine and Auburn Ravine after and before restoration.
SARSAS has been working to restore the North Ravine to support salmon and steelhead. The work has involved clearing Himalayan blackberries, along with a quantity of trash, planting alders to shade the stream, and now installation of a fish ladder to give access to upper
Proposition 3 I voted No because there are too many hands out and too litte being done for water use in Ca. $8 B is a lot of money for little water benefit. The Sacbee explains it best. https://www.sacbee.com/opinion/election-endorsements/article218816280.html?fbclid=IwAR2s_0hoDYq3eR9Mm8W1uqmLh2ml9NPbIU16Zoh-OfjXdPvNFUwFpwoXgGM Whenever you see these water districts
In a decision reported in the Seattle Times, a federal judge has ordered protection for salmon in the Columbia River basin from warm water temperatures that have been lethal to salmon and steelhead as the climate changes. Salmon in the Columbia River basin have struggled against
The Citizen Science Water Quality report generated by Citizen Science Volunteers shows Auburn Ravine continues to maintain water temperature and clarity to support salmon spawning. Water Quality Report for Auburn Ravine 2017-2018