SCH Number 2022120684


Project Info

Title
Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area
Description
The Project aims to restore and enhance the Stanislaus River off-channel and riparian ecosystem processes critical for juvenile California Central Valley (CCV) steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) populations, with anticipated ancillary benefits to California‚Äôs Central Valley (CV) Chinook Salmon (O. tshawytscha) and other native fish, on the lower Stanislaus River. The Proposed Action is located in the Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area, adjacent to Kerr Park, within the City. The Proposed Action encompasses an approximately 1,273-meters (m) (4,177-foot [ft]) segment of the Stanislaus River, a tributary to the San Joaquin River, approximately 68 river kilometers (rkm) upstream of the confluence with the San Joaquin River and approximately 24 rkm downstream of Goodwin Dam, between 37°47'24.22"N, 120°49'11.45"W (downstream limit) and 37°47'15.11"N, 120°48'33.39"W (upstream limit). The project would not have any significant impacts on the environment after mitigation measures are implemented. The project would enhance salmonid rearing habitat on the Stanislaus River and improve ecosystem function.
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6 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
City of Oakdale Phase III Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield NOD
City of Oakdale Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area (Streambed Alteration Agreement No. EPIMS-STA-35435-R4)
City of Oakdale Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area
City of Oakdale Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area
City of Oakdale Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area
City of Oakdale Stanislaus River Salmonid Habitat Restoration Project at Stanley Wakefield Wilderness Area