New Watershed Tours!

The Conservancy has launched tours of the Carmel River watershed starting in October 2012, initially aimed at high school and college students interested in ... Read more

Initiative #1

CRWC led the process of obtaining a grant of $145,000 from the Wildlife Conservation Board to conduct a feasibility study to determine solutions to ... Read more

Initiative #2

CRWC is actively supporting the innovative San Clemente Dam reroute and removal project, which will open up many miles of rearing habitat for threatened ... Read more

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Steelhead Need a Healthy River

Steelhead Need a Healthy River

Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District installed these beautiful interpretive signs at Garland Pa[...]
New Steelhead recovery Signage!

New Steelhead recovery Signage!

Pictured here is Jack Ellwanger who is working with the Carmel River Watershed Conservancy to instal[...]
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Conservancy Receives Environmental Grant!

The Conservancy received in July 2014 a grant from the American Water Company to install signage at [...]
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Fisheries Report for June 2014

18. CARMEL RIVER FISHERY REPORT FOR JUNE 2014 Meeting Date: July 21, 2014 From: David J. S[...]
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Solution for Carmel River lagoon Issues?

At long last we may have an optimal solution to the barrier beach issues at Carmel River Lagoon. [...]
Carmel River Watershed paintings for sale!