Enhance watershed resiliency in Beegum Creek and the greater Cottonwood watershed by identifying and implementing projects that would reduce the potential for, and magnitude of a catastrophic wildfire, restore meadows to potentially increase summer flows and reduce local water temperatures, or increase riparian shade.
Develop and implement a spawning gravel augmentation plan in Beegum Creek.
Protect/enhance existing riparian habitat and corridors in Beegum Creek and the greater Cottonwood watershed.
Apply NMFS gravel mining criteria to all gravel mining projects in Beegum Creek and the greater Cottonwood watershed.
Integrate riparian habitat restoration into bank protection and other stream side development projects in Beegum Creek and the greater Cottonwood watershed.
Restoration highlights compiled from the US Fish and Wildlife Service Anadromous Fish Restoration Program (AFRP) website; Ecosystem Restoration Program (ERP) summary reports; Central Valley Improvement Action annual reports; California Fish Passage Assessment Database (PAD); the UC Davis Information Center for the Environment (ICE) Natural Resource Projects Inventory (NRPI); US Bureau of Reclamation website; California Department of Water Resources website, and US Forest Service - Shasta-Trinity National Forest staff.