WRC Blog

A River Transformed

Jan 24th, 2019  |  Written by Mik McKee, Stewardship Director

A River Transformed

One of my responsibilities as Western Rivers Conservancy’s Stewardship Director is to visit past projects to assess how they’re holding up as a conservation project. This October, I had the opportunity to visit Fivemile and Bell Creeks, where one of WRC’s accomplishments has come full circle.

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Upcoming WRC events in Southern California

Jan 7th, 2019  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Upcoming WRC events in Southern California

Interested in learning more about WRC? Here are some places we will be in February.

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A Second Success on a First Rate Trout Stream

Dec 27th, 2018  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

A Second Success on a First Rate Trout Stream

Completing our efforts on the Rio de Los Pinos, Western Rivers Conservancy has permanently protected some of the finest trout water in Colorado. In October, we conveyed our second property on the Los Pinos to the Rio Grande National Forest, protecting an additional 268 acres of prime open space and securing public access to a stunning stretch fly fishing water. Combined with the adjacent parcel we conserved last year, the land traces more than a mile of the Rio de Los Pinos along some its most accessible reaches, just off Highway 17, northeast of Chama, New Mexico.

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Saving a Salmon Stronghold

Dec 21th, 2018  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Saving a Salmon Stronghold

On California’s South Fork Antelope Creek, WRC has acquired a property with some of the best fish and wildlife habitat in and around the Lassen National Forest. The stream, which flows from the forested heights of Mount Lassen, is a tributary of Antelope Creek, one of the healthiest remaining salmon streams in the Sacramento River system. 

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Conserving Salmon Streams in Wine Country

Oct 30th, 2018  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Conserving Salmon Streams in Wine Country

In Sonoma County, California, Western Rivers Conservancy has set out to protect a rare swath of old-growth redwood forest and rolling oak woodlands along a critical salmon and steelhead stream: the Wheatfield Fork of the Gualala River. Flowing from the rugged slopes of northern California’s Coast Range, the Gualala River supports an abundance of wildlife at the edge of a region that has experienced significant development.

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