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Riverland’s Project Hope: Under the Radar, But Not for Long

Along I-5, south of Knighton Road, there is an 80-acre piece of Redding in the County. This parcel of Churn Creek Bottom land also has Sacramento River frontage containing a remaining piece of the original forested river margin. Riverland Open… Continue Reading

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Sacramento River Patrols for Illegal Camps

Illegal transient camps along the Sacramento River have been a frequent problem in recent years. With the Sacramento River being Redding’s premier natural resource, many people – from trail walkers to professional river fishing guides – have regularly filed complaints… Continue Reading

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June 24 Drought Workshop Announced

The drought balancing act continues on June 24 in Sacramento when the State Water Resources Control Board will hold a workshop on maintaining water temperatures in the Sacramento River on behalf of the winter-run Chinook Salmon. Thomas Howard, Executive Director… Continue Reading

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Clean-Up of Transient Camps on Hemsted Drive River Front

One of the areas along the Sacramento River shoreline most affected by transient camps has been on the river front property below Hemsted Drive, north of the Cypress Street Bridge. The property is owned by Shasta Enterprises. The City of… Continue Reading

River Rescue at A.C.I.D. Diversion Dam

Photo by  NOAA Restoration Center & Damage Assessment and Restoration Program  On Thursday, February, 19th, 2015 at 1747 hours, SHASCOM received a call from a citizen reporting a boat was stuck on the A.C.I.D Diversion Dam on the Sacramento River. Aaron… Continue Reading