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Conservation Program(s): Los Padres National Forest - Zaca and Piru Fires Restoration Grant Program
Project Title: Assessment Monitoring of Tamarisk Treatment - Cuyama River Watershed
Organization: Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs
Project ID: 0806.17.055669
Status: Active
Description: Provide follow-up Assessment Monitoring of herbicide-treated tamarisk in the Cuyama River Watershed, Rancho Nuevo Creek, Deal Canyons, and portions of the Cuyama River treated in 2017 under NFWF project proposal 52424 (Tamarisk Management Within the Zaca Fire Perimeter on Rancho Nuevo Creek, Deal Canyon and Adjacent Portions of the Cuyama River). Habitat Works volunteers will survey 18 miles of stream channel and river bed to confirm the effectiveness of treatment and follow up with additional herbicide application as needed, supporting watershed quality, diversity and resilience.
Award Amount: $25,000.20
Matching Contribution: $12,500.00
Location: The Cuyama River project area is 49 miles north of Ventura on Hwy. 33, west of the intersection Highway 33 and Lockwood Valley Road. Rancho Nuevo Creek and Deal Canyon are tributaries of the Cuyama River, which lie to the west of the Cuyama in the western-most portion of the Dick Smith Wilderness.
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