We restore salmon and steelhead habitat on California's North Coast.

 

Trout Unlimited's North Coast Coho Project (NCCP) is a coldwater conservation initiative of unprecedented scale. In partnership with timber and gravel companies, wine industry leaders, private landowners, and state and federal agencies, the NCCP is working cooperatively to restore Coho salmon and steelhead runs in hundreds of miles of northern California coastal streams. The NCCP assesses watershed conditions, develops and implements projects to reduce sediment delivery to streams, installs large wood to provide cover and diversify instream habitat, and improves fish passage at barriers. The NCCP and our partners also conduct fish population monitoring to quantify coastal steelhead, chinook and Coho populations.

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ONGOING CONSTRUCTION - Learn more about our recent fish passage and habitat restoration projects.

ONGOING CONSTRUCTION - Learn more about our recent fish passage and habitat restoration projects.

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WE NEED YOUR HELP - Help us support efforts to improve fish passage and reduce sediment delivery along the Skunk Train's Mendocino Railway.

WE NEED YOUR HELP - Help us support efforts to improve fish passage and reduce sediment delivery along the Skunk Train's Mendocino Railway.

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