UCCE Sonoma County
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UCCE Sonoma County

Stream & Upslope Restoration

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Ecological restoration is "the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed." --SER's Primer on Ecological Restoration

An ecosystem is considered to be restored when it can "sustain itself structurally and functionally; demonstrate resilience to normal ranges of environmental stress and disturbance; and interact with contiguous ecosystems in terms of biotic and abiotic flows." --Global Restoration Network

Restoration Project Background, Design, Development & Implementation

Road Improvement Guides

Restoration Project Funding

Salmon Nation has posted an extensive list of funding programs, grant announcements, and articles about funding sources and fundraising. The following are a some of the larger state and federal funding sources in the area of fisheries restoration:

Restoration Project Monitoring Resources

Additional Restoration Information

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National & International Resources

State & Local Restoration Resources


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