Keystone Initiative: Elk River Watershed Recovery

Launching a watershed-wide stewardship program to recover high quality habitat.

The Elk River is the largest tributary to Humboldt Bay and once provided many miles of high-quality habitat for Chinook and coho salmon and steelhead. The Elk River is not only part of the Humboldt Bay Tributaries coho salmon population, but it is also listed as a core population within the NMFS Coho Recovery Plan – the highest priority for recovery and restoration efforts.

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Elk River Watershed Recovery Projects

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