Harlow Flat

General Information
Project Type: 
Project Date: 
February, 2009 to December, 2011
Goals and Objectives

Reconnect the stream channel to the floodplain
Reduce erosion
Improve riparian-deciduous shrub habitat
Improve herbaceous vegetation production
Raise shallow groundwater levels
Improve water quality
Improve habitat for aquatic and terrestrial wildlife
Preserve/improve local economic activities
Leverage partnerships and resources

Project Description

The project included restoring approximately 325 linear feet of stream channel within a 5 acre meadow located within northern Shasta County on private land. The restoration technique used the “pond and plug” technique to fill an enlarged channel and redirect flow to a stable remnant channel. The Fall River Resource Conservation District assisted the landowner and received technical and financial assistance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), and CA Dept. Conservation (DOC).

Contact Information
Project Status: 
Record Status: 
$55 000
Restoration Action: 
Pond and Plug
Area in Acres: