In cooperation with Humboldt State University, we conducted baseline monitoring of estuaries in Mendocino and Humboldt Counties.
The Wiyot Tribe is continuing to develop its capacity to renew its traditional role as stewards of its natural resources.
The National Resource Department's (NRD) first U.S. Fish and Wildlife Tribal Wildlife Grant (TWG) consisted of conducting lamprey barrier assessments on the Eel River and develop a Limiting Factors Analysis.
The Natural Resources Department (NRD) has begun their second U.S. Fish and Wildlife Tribal Wildlife Grant (TWG) to conduct spawning and distribution surveys in Wiyot Ancestral waters.
Reports and Publications
- Eel River Green Sturgeon_2017_survey_report_FINAL
- Monitoring Pacific Lamprey in Lower Eel River Basin Pilot Surveys and Recommendations for Long-term Monitoring (PDF)
- SWS & WNRD 2020_SF Eel River Pikeminnow Report_Final.pdf
- SWS 2014_Eel R_Pacific Lamprey Limiting Factors Framework
- SWS 2014_Eel River Pacific lamprey passage assessment_FINAL
- SWS et al 2016_FWC Adult Life History_report_Final
- Wiyot Tribe Pacific Lamprey Adaptive Management Plan Framework (PDF)
- WNRD &SWS 2016 Lamprey Species Management Plan.pdf