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Explore the Watershed

SRWP Data Portal

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With SRWP’s data portal, you can view, combine and download all real time data, CEDEN, SRWP monitoring data, USFWS, CAFWS, DWR, NOAA, CalFire, and more. Also available are thousands of watershed reports, images, GIS data files and other important resources cataloged and ready for use. [More here]

 

Forest Health

Forest Health

Learn of the collaborative efforts for improving forest health by controlling and eradicating invasive species, restoring habitat, and minimizing catastrophic fire.. [More here]

A Roadmap to Watershed Management

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The Roadmap provides a comprehensive look at watershed management in the Sacramento River Basin. [More here]

 

Sacramento River Basin Report Card

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The Report Card provides a description of conditions relative to our expectations and goals for the Basin. It is a science-based solution to a social and management need. [More here]

Invasive
Plants

Roadmap

The Sacramento River watershed is adversely affected by invasive plants -- agriculture, recreation, water resources, and wildlife habitat are all impacted. [More here]
 

Online Regulatory
Permitting Guide

Roadmap

This permit guide was designed to assist project proponents determine which permits they may need when doing certain types of work. [More here]

Rural Residential Development

Roadmap

The Sacramento River Watershed is undergoing a fundamental transformation from agricultural uses to urban/suburban/exurban uses. But as people are drawn here and develop new homes and businesses, those qualities are transformed to an urban environment. [More here]
 

Mercury and the DTMC

This section describes efforts to reduce mercury in fish and wildlife in the Delta and its tributaries to levels that no longer pose a human health or environmental hazard while promoting the long-term social and economic vitality of the region. [More here]