Big Sur Residents Take Steelhead Seriously

Awareness of the impact of sediment from poorly drained roadways has residents of California’s Big Sur combining their efforts to improve drainage near Garrapata Creek. “About 40 to 50 families make their home within the confines of the 10-square-mile watershed. And many have agreed to participate in the steelhead habitat project, which is voluntary.” Larry Parson in the Monterey Herald.

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