Clear Creek Restoration II

Restoration Stories

Clear Creek Restoration Root Wads

Work began in 1998 on the Lower Clear Creek Floodplain Rehabilitation Project in partnership with the Western Shasta RCD, US Fish and Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, US Bureau of Reclamation and US Bureau of Land Management to reduce of salmon stranding, create instream habitat and channel improvements, wetland and riparian habitat restoration. Photo: Western Shasta RCD installed large trees and root wads that protect the banks of the newly constructed stream channel and provide shelter for juvenile fish. © US Bureau of Reclamation