Developing Preliminary Floodplain Restoration Designs in Elk and Indian Creeks

Recipient: Mid Klamath Watershed Council

Grant Amount: $523,322 Matching Funds: $12,700

This award will advance restoration designs for six sites along Indian and Elk Creek in the rural town of Happy Camp, California. The project will focus on improving salmonid habitat and restoring natural instream processes that help dissipate energy during high water and flooding events.

For more information on the grant program funding this project, please visit the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law webpage. For more information on the National Coastal Resilience Fund, visit National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s website.