SERCAL 2017 Poster Presentations
SERCAL 2017 Technical Session — Looking Back at Early Restoration Projects: How have they fared the test of time?
Introduction to Summer 2016 Ecesis, Volume 26, Issue 2
SERCAL 2016 Poster Presentations
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session — Creativity in Upland Restoration
SERCAL 2016 Technical Session: Creativite Collaboration for Multiple Benefits
In 2011, efforts for a large-scale habitat enhancement project in this section of the Little Truckee River began, first with characterization of the system’s functional impairments, followed by development of a conceptual habitat enhancement design.
Squaw Creek and the montane meadows of Olympic Valley are iconic of Sierra watersheds with prominent visibility as an international tourist destination. As Squaw Creek winds its way down from the Pacific Crest to the Truckee River, three landowners account for about 90% of the watershed’s land base. The protection, restoration, and enhancement of the Squaw Creek watershed warrants participatory collaboration amongst these landowners for the mutual benefit of the resource.