Scott River Restoration I

Restoration Stories

In December of 2018, CalTrout partnered with Ecotrust Forest Management (EFM) — a forward-looking B-Corporation timber investment company — to restore fish passage to critical spawning habitat in the Scott River watershed by installing a 60-foot prefabricated steel bridge. This project — called the Mill-Shackleford Bridge Fish Passage Restoration Project — addresses a heavily used, unimproved ford/low water crossing structure on Mill‐Shackleford Creek that creates a partial barrier for juvenile coho salmon in search of rearing habitat. Learn More © California Trout