The mission of River Partners is  to create habitat for the benefit  of people and the environment. LOGO HERE River Partne...
Bad Floods
Good Floods
<ul><li>“ The CVFPP, wherever feasible, will promote natural dynamic hydrologic and geomorphic processes; increase and imp...
River Zone Maps Better background Pre-1850 1993 Riparian Habitat Sacramento Valley 1850 and 1993
Threatened and Endangered Species
Wildlife Habitat
Oroville Dam-recent photo Dams Alter the Hydrograph
Habitat and Wildlife Respond to the Hydrograph
Levee Construction Levees Disconnect Floodplains
Revetment Replaces SRA
Channel Migration Over Time
Infrastructure Replaces Habitat
Wildlife Requires Specific Structural Components
Walnut in river Design and Build a Better Future
Habitat as a Flood Protection Tool
Flow Direction and Velocity
Control Erosion
Deposition
Trap Debris
Protect Against Wave Wash
Feather River Bear River Setback Levee Levee Setback
Reconnect the River with its Floodplain
The End
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Presentation given by John Carlon from River Partners at the Session: "Learning to go with the flow" at the Great Valley Center's Sacramento Valley Forum on October 28, 2009 in Chico, CA.

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  • Experience implementing restoration projects around T &amp; E species
  • River Partners

    1. 1. The mission of River Partners is to create habitat for the benefit of people and the environment. LOGO HERE River Partners is 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
    2. 2. Bad Floods
    3. 3. Good Floods
    4. 4. <ul><li>“ The CVFPP, wherever feasible, will promote natural dynamic hydrologic and geomorphic processes; increase and improve the quality, diversity, and connectivity of riparian, wetland, flood plain, and shaded riverine aquatic habitats, including the agricultural and ecological values of these lands; and promote the recovery and stability of native species populations and overall biotic community diversity. (WC 9616(a)).” </li></ul>SB 5
    5. 5. River Zone Maps Better background Pre-1850 1993 Riparian Habitat Sacramento Valley 1850 and 1993
    6. 6. Threatened and Endangered Species
    7. 7. Wildlife Habitat
    8. 8. Oroville Dam-recent photo Dams Alter the Hydrograph
    9. 9. Habitat and Wildlife Respond to the Hydrograph
    10. 10. Levee Construction Levees Disconnect Floodplains
    11. 11. Revetment Replaces SRA
    12. 12. Channel Migration Over Time
    13. 13. Infrastructure Replaces Habitat
    14. 14. Wildlife Requires Specific Structural Components
    15. 15. Walnut in river Design and Build a Better Future
    16. 16. Habitat as a Flood Protection Tool
    17. 17. Flow Direction and Velocity
    18. 18. Control Erosion
    19. 19. Deposition
    20. 20. Trap Debris
    21. 21. Protect Against Wave Wash
    22. 22. Feather River Bear River Setback Levee Levee Setback
    23. 23. Reconnect the River with its Floodplain
    24. 24. The End

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