Smith River Alliance
Working to safeguard the Smith River watershed using advocacy, education and acquisition of key inholdings. [Learn More]
Fish monitoring plays an important role in our efforts to protect and restore the Smith watershed. [Learn More]
Join us to celebrate the beauty of the Smith River through the art of Rick Tolley and fellow artists!
An opening reception will be held on Friday, December 7, 2018 from 5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Gallery of Arts & Culture at 175 H Street in Crescent City. The exhibition includes paintings by Rick Tolley, John Crater, Andrew Daniel, Paul Rickard, and Jeff Stanley. Rick...read more
This planning effort identified 137 potential projects in five different restoration categories. The project list includes 29 riparian improvement, 33 channel complexity enhancement, 63 fish passage barrier removal, 8 invasive plant removal, and 4 water quality and/or...read more
With the help of 80 volunteers, 75 of which conducted the surveys, 24 reaches were surveyed on August 11, 2018. Survey highlights include: 2,418 coastal cutthroat trout, 8 summer steelhead trout, 78 steelhead half-pounders, 4 spring Chinook salmon, 116 rainbow trout...read more