Habitat Restoration

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For many homeowners in Marin County having a creek or stream run through their property can provide a beautiful atmosphere. But keeping these waterways clean and healthy can also require a great deal of time and energy.  KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports on a program that aims to simplify creek restoration for Marin residents.   

Find out about more upcoming events with the Marin County Resource Conservation District Urban Streams Program here.

Sonoma County Regional Parks

The second of a trio of three-day kayak trips down the full length of the Russian River wrapped up today, as the participating stakeholders made landfall at Steelhead Beach near Forestville. Riverkeeper Don McEnhill is helping guide the floating conference, and he paused earlier today to discuss the changing political climate that is reshaping the environmental issues in the River's middle reach. 

Tiffany Camhi

After this fall there will be no trace left of the historic West Marin town of Jewell. At least that’s what some local environmentalists are hoping for. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports the plan is to restore the one mile long area along Lagunitas Creek to its natural habitat.