Restoration Projects Inventory
The restoration projects displayed and described here have been collected from two multi-source databases: the Natural Resources Project Inventory and the California Habitat Restoration Database. Considerable effort has been made to capture all projects within the area of focus; however there may be some that are not represented due to the timing or funding of the project. More...
Additionally, we have sorted restoration projects into two categories: those that have concise locations in a single subbasin and those that span multiple subbasins or do not have a precise location. Projects with concise locations may be viewed by clicking on the map on the left. Projects without a single concise location can be reviewed in tables by clicking in the following links.
Planning and Assessment Projects
Education and Outreach Projects
The Natural Resources Project Inventory (NRPI)
is a collaborative effort between the California Biodiversity Council
and the University of California at Davis Information Center for the Environment
. The signatories of the California Biodiversity Council joined forces to gather information on thousands of conservation, mitigation and restoration projects being developed and implemented throughout California. NRPI is an expansion of previous inventories including 1) the Watershed Projects Inventory (WPI), 2) the California Ecological Restoration Projects Inventory (CERPI), and 3) the California Noxious Weed Control Projects Inventory
The California Habitat Restoration Project Database (CHRPD)
was created in 1999 to capture, manage and disseminate data about habitat restoration projects in California benefiting anadromous fish. In addition to serving as a comprehensive repository for information about California habitat restoration projects, the georeferenced project locations in the database enable geographical analyses of projects, aiding analysis of past trends and planning of future restoration work.
The CHRPD currently contains primarily data from the California Department of Fish and Game’s Fisheries Restoration Grants Program. In the past, projects funded through the CALFED Ecosystem Restoration Program, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the State Coastal Conservancy, the NOAA Restoration Center, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the California Conservation Corps, and the Cantara Trustee Council have been captured in this database.
Geographic and tabular CHRPD (California Habitat Restoration Project Database) data can be obtained at CalFish