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Conservancy and Park District Host Inaugural Tour of the Former San Clemente Dam Site
CRWC and MPRPD are hosting free public tours of the former San Clemente Dam site that has been in the news for several years. The first such tour took place on May 18th and will reoccur every two weeks through the summer. To sign up visit the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District’s web site under Let’s Go Outdoors. The tours are for three hours on Thursday mornings. For more information contact Lorin Letendre at email@example.com.
Former San Clemente Dam Site Restructured by High River Flows!
The high river flows this rain year have moved many large boulders and large woody debris in such a way that the river channel has moved to the north side of the carefully constructed step pools and resting pools from the dam removal and reroute project. Much of the re-vegetated areas along the new river channel have also been destroyed, although much still remains. The State Coastal Conservancy and NOAA Fisheries consider this a positive step in the return of the river channel to a more natural condition, a long-term goal of the project.
California Wildlife Day Celebrated at Lindsay Wildlife Experience
The Lindsay Wildlife Experience center in Walnut Creek CA celebrated the recently-legislated California Wildlife Day with a series of exhibits and demonstrations. Picture here is the Center’s Executive Director Cheryl McCormick with CRWC’s Executive Director Lorin Letendre and an owl handler with a rare owl.