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Future Efforts

The Scott River Basin faces many complicated issues that threaten our agricultural economy and natural resource sustainability. Moving forward, the Siskiyou RCD will continue to partner with landowners, tribes, and like-minded parties to address limiting factors to salmonid production and help ensure a viable agricultural future. 

Lower Scott Lower Scott River Off-Channel Development: Phase II
Lower Scott Lower Scott River Off-Channel Development: Phase II

Funding status – Approximately 40% ($123,000) committed from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service Partners: California Trout, Karuk Tribe, Mid-Klamath Watershed Council Estimated implementation date: Summer 2022

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South Fork Floodplain Restoration: Phase III
South Fork Floodplain Restoration: Phase III

Funding status: Fully funded ($296,686.78), United States Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Coho Enhancement Fund Partners: California Trout Estimated implementation date: Summer 2022

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Lower Scott River Habitat Restoration: Phase I
Lower Scott River Habitat Restoration: Phase I

Funding status – in development Estimated cost: $650,000 Partners: California Trout, Karuk Tribe, Mid-Klamath Watershed Council Estimated implementation date: Summer/Fall 2023

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