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Each project completion, each addition to the RR technical staff brings RR closer to achieving our vision: NATURE. COMMUNITY. PROGRESS.

We celebrate milestones in our evolution and want to share them with you.

Check this section often to see what’s new at Restoration Resources. We will be making periodic updates here.

 

 

Sunrise Side Channel News 10 coverage

Restoration Resources in the NEWS. On October 10, 2008 we were featured on a local ABC affilate, News 10. The project covered was the Sunrise Side Channel. Restoration Resources working with the Sacramento Region Water Forum, Sacramento County Regional Parks, the California Resources Agency and other private partners began work on a project that will help minimize egg nest (redd) stranding by deepening an existing side channel on the American River. The side channel will be deepened by excavating, re-contouring and relocating gravel to another location on the existing gravel bar to allow water (and steelhead to move through it under lower flows.     View the footage on our fanpage here.  

American River Project
Restoration Resources starts construction of the Sunrise Side Channel steelhead spawning habitat. Restoration Resources working with the Sacramento Region Water Forum, Sacramento County Regional Parks, the California Resources Agency and other private partners begin work this month on a project that will help minimize egg nest (redd) stranding by deepening an existing side channel on the American River. The side channel will be deepened by excavating, re-contouring and relocating gravel to another location on the existing gravel bar to allow water (and steelhead to move through it under lower flows.         

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RR receives Transportation Award
Restoration Resources has been awarded the 2008 Excellence in Transporation Award in the category of THE ENVIRONMENT for the Highway 149 Environmental Impact Mitigation Project. There were nearly 90 entries from across the State, which were reviewed by a panel of judges that included professional engineers, environmental scientists, transporation planners, historical preservation architects, and the Seismic Advisory Board.

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