“A watershed is a marvelous thing to consider: This process of rain falling, streams flowing and oceans evaporating causes every molecule of water on Earth to make the complete trip […]
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Historically, homes and streets were intentionally designed to move as much stormwater into a storm drain system as fast as possible. This approach was meant to protect foundations and keep […]
We have reached the time of year when water flows in our streams and creeks again! When on walks near water sources, stop to appreciate the sight and sounds of […]
Dogs and other pets are awesome companions. They make us laugh and get us out on great walks. I have a big goofy lab named Bruno. Recently, we were walking […]
With fall comes back to school, football, shorter days, and falling leaves. Unfortunately, fall also means clogged roof gutters and drain inlets, irrigation water wasted on a landscape that is already wet, […]
You’ve got to admit, we live in a beautiful area! When I roam around the Russian River watershed, I am enamored by the view until some unsightly dumped material catches […]
Attention Russian River Watershed Stewards! September 17 – 25, 2016 is Creek Week in the Russian River Watershed! You can contribute to the health of the Russian River ecosystem by […]
It is the peak of summer and the Russian River is teeming with people enjoying the weather and the water. There are swimmers and boaters, fishers and party goers. Whether […]
For the first time in more than three years, the Russian River watershed received near or slightly above average rainfall. Northern California received the brunt of El Nino’s storms and, […]
How do you dispose of your old prescription and over the counter medicines? Not only are there environmental concerns associated with throwing medicine in the trash and flushing them down […]