Introducing Baduwa’t Watershed Council

A successful Invasive Species Removal event in Powers Creek. Photo by Isabelle LeMieux

Formerly the Mad River Alliance In Humboldt County, the Mad River is a lifeline, heavily utilized by its surrounding communities, both human and animal. The watershed connects wild spaces to neighborhoods. The river is the source of drinking water for approximately 90,000 community members. It is recognized as a climate refuge, provides habitat for a…

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One Family Working to Save Fish Habitat Is Asking for YOUR Help

Mad River Alliance There is an exciting salmonid habitat preservation and restoration project on the Mad River that is in need of community volunteers! Mad River Alliance’s newest board member, Tim Broadman, and his family are spearheading the project that is located approximately five river miles from the confluence of Lindsay Creek and approximately six…

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