Lower Adobe Creek Habitat Enhancement and Restoration Project

The Sonoma County Water Agency recently completed the Lower Adobe Creek Habitat Enhancement and Restoration Project.The project included the enhancement and restoration of over 6.6 acres of critical habitat in the Lower Adobe Creek.  The project improved riparian ecosystem function, water quality and salmonid migration conditions.

The Lower Adobe Creek Reaches 1 and 2 connect into an intricate local trail system that supports recreational use of Shollenberger Park, access to the Petaluma River, and trails associated with the Petaluma Water Treatment Plant and Ellis Creek. The public can access the project site and trail from South McDowell Blvd. between Lakeville Highway and Fisher Drive in Petaluma, CA.

 

   

 

This project was funded via the Environmental Enhancement & Mitigation Program


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