In 2014, RCAA was hired by Six Rivers National Forest to survey and calculate stream crossing fill volumes within the Smith River National Recreation Area on the Six Rivers National Forest. 121 si
Rural Road Assessment and Treatment
NRS has worked extensively with the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, private landowners, and counties conducting road sediment source inventory and assessment, fish passage assessment, and road restoration. The NRS staff has inventoried over 3,000 miles of forest road to locate, prioritize, and make treatment recommendations to protect water quality. NRS has over 20 years of experience in implemented road restoration projects from upgrading and storm proofing road systems to full decommissioning. NRS staff has trained federal, county, city, and open space road crews in implementing Best Management Practices (BMPs) to reduce erosion and sediment transport from roads.
In the summer of 2011, Six Rivers National Forest (SRNF) contracted with Natural Resources Services of Redwood Community Action Agency (RCAA) to conduct a sediment source assessment of the road sys
Road Assessment and Restoration Planning in the West Ishi Pishi Watersheds, Six Rivers National Forest
In 2007, NRS conducted a sediment source road inventory and analysis of US Forest Service roads within the Orleans District.
Road Assessment and Restoration Planning in the Mad River Ranger District, Six Rivers National Forest
In the summer of 2010, Natural Resource Services Division of Redwood Community Action Agency (RCAA) conducted a sediment source road inventory and analysis of US Forest Service roads within p