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Gualala River: North Coast Stream Flow Campaign

Despite protections in our system of laws, rivers and streams on California’s north coast being progressively de-watered with disastrous impacts to fisheries, aquatic ecosystems, recreational opportunities and the regional economy.

The North Coast Stream Flow Campaign is a movement to get water back in northern California rivers.

Mighty rivers that once teamed with fish and provided countless hours of recreation for the public are now dry during summer or so stagnant as to be unsuitable for human contact.

Action is needed in all California regions and river basins, but the Campaign will focus on North Coast rivers, including the California portion of the Klamath, the Eel, Russian, Navarro, Gualala and Napa Rivers.

Gualala River in winter
Gualala River in winter

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North Coast Stream Flow Campaign


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