Decades of natural resource work conducted in the Scott River watershed has led to the development of a robust library of documents, photos, maps, audio recordings and video recordings generated by federal agencies, state agencies, non-governmental agencies, academic institutions, businesses, and individuals including community members. The library is housed by the Siskiyou Resource Conservation District and represents the single most exhaustive collection of information and references pertaining to the Scott River watershed. The documents alone consist of local resource management plans, reports, technical manuals, studies, peer reviewed articles, and historical records. Most of the references contained in the library are not available elsewhere. It has been recognized that much of this information would be useful to others if they were aware of its availability and contents. For these reasons, the Siskiyou RCD and the Scott River Watershed Council have initiated the document cataloging process using a software platform that will allow for the library to be readily available to outside parties. To browse the library, login in using the public EndNote account below:
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Audio / video
Scott Valley Ranch Water Quality Plan Template
Scott River Coho Salmon Spawning Ground Surveys:
2017-2018 not funded
2018-2019 not funded
Siskiyou Resource Conservation District Scott River Chinook Salmon Spawning Ground Survey Reports:
2014 SRCD Scott River Chinook Salmon Studies
2016 SRCD Scott River Chinook Salmon Studies Appendix A Appendix B
2017 SRCD Scott River Chinook Salmon Studies Appendix A Appendix B
2018 - Chinook did not enter the Valley
2019 SRCD Scott River Chinook Salmon Studies
2020 - Chinook did not enter the Valley
CDFW Annual Scott River Salmon Survey Reports:
2015 Scott River Salmon Studies by CDFW
2017 Scott River Salmon Studies by CDFW
2020 Scott River Salmon Studies by CDFW
2021 Scott River Salmon Studies by CDFW
As a special district of the State of California, the Siskiyou RCD is subject to the California Public Records Act (Government Code 6253 et. seq.). The following policy identifies the procedures that the District employs in order to respond to requests for records made under the California Public Records Act.
Per Government code 6270.5, the Siskiyou RCD is required to discloses a list of the systems utilized by the District which contain information collected about the public and/or serve as an original source of data.
Mitigated Negative Declaration for streambank stabilizations at Scott River Mile 42 and 52 - Approved June 2014