We partner with the Fall River RCD on a variety of projects to increase funding sources, improve recreation resources, and improve management on public and federal lands.
Forest Creek Restoration, formerly known as Todd Sloat Biological Consulting, focuses on stream and meadow restoration in Northeastern California. We work with Forest Creek on a variety of forest and watershed projects
We work closely with Lassen and Plumas National Forest on recreation projects. Symbiotic Restoration will continue to look for opportunities to help the forest achieve funding for projects and help coordinate volunteer efforts.
Part of the communications sub-committee, we help the partnership by maintaining their website and promoting meadow restoration efforts.
Partnering with Swift Water Design, we hope to increase the pace and scale of process based meadow restoration. Using Beaver Dam Analogues and other natural in-stream structures we seek to restore complexity, improve wildlife habitat, and help stabilize the system from further channel incision.
We partner with CA PBR Network to promote process-based restoration approaches to increase the capacity of degraded river and stream ecosystems to retain water, support biodiversity, create fire resiliency, and adapt to climate change.
Partnering with Point Blue, we work together to accomplish stream and meadow restoration and also participate in their STRAW (students and teachers restoring a watershed) program, which takes local students and teachers out to help implement a project.
We partner with the Pit RCD on a variety of projects to increase funding sources, improve recreation resources, and improve management on public and federal lands.
We partner with Plumas Corporation on stream and meadow restoration projects across the Sierras.