The Journal

The Journal is a quarterly publication on River Partners activities and projects, published from 2005 -2018.

 

Issues

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Fall 2017 - Vol. 14 No. 1

  • Restoring Floodplains at Setback Levees
  • When Flood Safety and Wildlife Recovery Coincide or Collide:
    More Lessons Learned on the San Joaquin River
  • Setback Levees Mute the Damage of the Oroville Dam Failure Scare
  • Snow Goose Festival of the Pacific Flyway
  • Hamilton City Levee Festival 2016
  • Girl Scout Troop 70201 Plant Milkweed at Chico Office
  • Panorama Vista Preserve Field ‘n’ Dale Run 2017

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Fall 2016 - Vol. 13 No. 3

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Summer 2016 - Vol. 13 No. 2

  • Efficient Watering and Drip Irrigation
  • Learning by Doing in the Race to Save Salmon from Extinction
  • UPDATE: The California Riparian Restoration Handbook: 7 Years Later
  • Developing Partnerships to Support Arroyo Toad Recovery in San Diego County
  • New Investments in Coordinated Invasive Species Control in the San Joaquin Watershed
  • River Partners Completes Planting in San Diego County

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Spring 2016 - Vol. 13 No. 1

  • Putting the Flood Back on Floodplains
  • Flooding Loss and Groundwater Gain
  • Breaking Ground in Fresno: the Riverbottom Planting Day is a Community Success
  • Our New Endowment Fund
  • Partnership for Climate-Smart Restoration Planning in Reno
  • Panorama Vista Preserve’s Second Phase of Restoration is Rapidly Growing

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Fall 2015 - Vol. 12 No. 3

  • Connecting People to Rivers and Riparian Areas
  • Restoration Benefits for People
  • River Partners & the Conservation Corps: Working Together for Restoration
  • SLEWS Program at Dos Rios Ranch
  • Bird Response to Climatesmart Restoration in the San Joaquin Valley

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Summer 2015 - Vol. 12 No. 2

  • Floodplain Sanctuaries for Juvenile Native Fish
  • Letter from the Board Chair: Flooding in the Time of Drought
  • Thriving Plants and Helping Hands at Dos Rios Ranch
  • Restoration Planning Begins in the Lower Tijuana River Valley
  • Breaking Ground at Abbott Lake
  • Water Efficiency Begins at “Home”
  • Annual SERCAL Conference and SJRRP Science Meeting

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Winter 2015 - Vol. 12 No. 1

  • Restoration at Panorama Vista Preserve Takes Off
  • Abbott Lake Restoration Moving Ahead
  • California Passed a New Water Bond… So What?
  • Native Plant Nurseries and River Partners – A Winning Team
  • Feather River Riparian Habitat Restoration Project Kick-off
  • Oroville Wildlife Area Flood Stage Reduction Project

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Summer 2014 - Vol. 11 No. 2

  • Mid-San Joaquin River Flood Plan Nears Completion
  • Drought Mitigation Through Riparian Restoration
  • The War on Weeds Continues! Job Creation and Weed Control in the San Joaquin Valley

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Spring 2014 - Vol. 11 No. 1

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Winter 2013 - Vol. 10 No. 2

  • River Partners Acquires 500-Acre Hidden Valley Ranch
  • Progress on Three Amigos: Moving Levee Breaching from Concept to Reality
  • The Value of Native Understory Species in Riparian Restoration Projects
  • Rancho Jamul Riparian Restoration: Wildfire Recover
  • 2013 Mud Blasts links Fun, Fitness, and River Conservation in Colusa and Modesto

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Summer 2013 - Vol. 10 No. 1

Riparian Habitat Restoration Begins at Dos Rios Ranch

Working with California’s Comprehensive & Flexible Approach to Flood Protection

Welcome Aboard, Nine New Summer Interns!

Honolulu Bar Floodplain Restoration Project

Multi-Benefit Restoration Within the Natomas Basin

Wildflower Restoration at the La Barranca Unit

Otay Delta Serves as Outdoor Classroom for High Tech High Chula Vista Students

Mid-San Joaquin Regional Flood Management Plan Shaping Up

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Spring 2013 - Vol. 9 No. 1

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Winter 2012 - Vol. 8 No. 1

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Winter 2011 - Vol. 7 No. 3

  • Mudder Nature Challenge: Fun, Frivolity and Competition
  • Active or Passive Riparian Restoration
  • New Private Lands Restoration Project with Ducks Unlimited
  • River Partners and CCC Improving Redding’s River Trails
  • Make a Difference Day at the San Joaquin River NWR
  • Wildlife Conservation Board Awards Restoration Funding for La Barranca Unit, SRNWR

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Summer 2011 - Vol. 7 No. 2

  • Bear River Levee Set-Back Approaches 5th Year
  • Central Valley Floods Next in the News?
  • Vegetation on Levees: A Botanist’s Perspective
  • The Inauguration of the Mudder Nature Challenge
  • River Partners’ Long-Term Monitoring Program
  • River Partners Recognized for Species Recovery Efforts

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Spring 2011 - Vol. 7 No. 1

  • Community Effort Removes Trash from Otay River Valley
  • Collaboration for Flood Protection
  • Kern River Corridor Endowment & River Partners to Restore Bakersfield’s Panorama Vista Preserve
  • Pelican Nature Trail at SJNWR Open to the Public
  • River Partners’ Restoration Projects Weather the Test of Time
  • Second Otay Watershed Project Moves Ahead
  • Flooding Part of Natural Central Valley Riparian Ecology

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Winter 2010 - Vol. 6 No. 4

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Fall 2010 - Vol. 6 No. 3

  • The Elusive “VELB” Seen at Mitigation Sites
  • On the River with River Partners
  • Living Wetlands Display at Merced County Fair
  • Battle Creek Wildlife Area
  • Yellow-billed Cuckoo Research
  • Looking Back Long-Term Monitoring of Restoration Sites

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Summer 2010 - Vol. 6 No. 2

  • River Partners Honors Butte County District Attorney & State Parks
  • River Partners and the Local Economy
  • River Partners Visits with Pollinator Expert
  • Breaking Ground in Placer County
  • Earth Day Celebration with Hamilton Union HS and State Parks
  • Results Are In: Endangered Rabbits are Living in our Planted Habitats!
  • River Partners Celebrates 12th Anniversary

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Spring 2010 - Vol. 6 No. 1

  • Abbott Lake Restoration Approved
  • Restoration’s Added Benefits
  • Volunteer Planting Day at the San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge
  • Restoration Projects Support Nature’s Pollination Systems
  • Lower Colorado River Restoration Underway

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Winter 2009 - Vol. 5 No. 4

  • Sustainability Conference Honors River Partners
  • A Tour of a Successful Restoration Project
  • Vegetation in the Floodway and the Flume Study
  • River Services: A Snapshot of River Partners New Science Webpages
  • Annual “Make ‘Em Sweat” Event

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Fall 2009 - Vol. 5 No. 3

  • California Riparian Restoration Handbook
  • A Riparian Restoration Handbook
  • Project Updates
  • Restoration Planting Design
  • Vegetation on Levees: A Botanist’s Perspective

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Summer 2009 - Vol. 5 No. 2

  • New Partnership for the Kern River
  • Levee Setbacks and Meandering Rivers
  • Project Updates
  • Endangered Rivers
  • Feather River State Wildlife Area – O’Connor Lakes Unit
  • San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge

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Spring 2009 - Vol. 5 No. 1

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Fall 2008 - Vol. 4 No. 4

  • River Partners Expands to Southern CA & Arizona
  • Award Recognizes Key Players in Floodplain Management
  • Student Trip Enhances Del Rio Wildland Preserve
  • River Partners Wins Award for Excellence
  • Riparian Restoration at the San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge
  • Completion of the Vierra Restoration Project at the San Joaquin River NWR
  • Dos Rios Ranch Identified as a Potential State Park

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Summer 2008 - Vol. 4 No. 3

  • 10 Years at Beehive Bend
  • The River Partners Board
  • Chinook Salmon in the San Joaquin Valley: What are the Benefits of Riparian Restoration?
  • 24 Boats Launched on the Feather River Record-setting River Tour Ends at Nelson Slough
  • First Stanislaus Paddle Held in June

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Spring 2008 - Vol. 4 No. 2

  • River Partners Celebrates its 10th Anniversary
  • Project Updates
  • Chinook Salmon in the San Joaquin Valley: Natural History and Current Conditions

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Winter 2008 - Vol. 4 No. 1

  • Students Break Ground for KCHO Trees
  • River Partners Project Updates
  • The Great Acorn Grow-Out
  • River Partners Celebrates Years at Upcoming Annual Dinner
  • River Partners and Climate Change

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Fall 2007 - Vol. 3 No. 4

  • San Joaquin Valley Project Native Seed Harvest
  • California voles: diminutive but big part of riparian ecosystem
  • River Partners Project Updates: Canoe Trips, Bidwell Ranch
  • “Monster Flume” reveals secrets of flood conditions and control
  • Special Holiday Gift Membership Opportunity

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Summer 2007 - Vol. 3 No. 3

  • River Partners Staff Receive James Irvine Leadership Award
  • A Flight Over the River: Bald Eagles Along the Sacramento
  • River Partners Staff Receive James Irvine Leadership Award
  • River Partners Project Updates: Bidwell Ranch and Turtle Bay
  • Special Matching Grant Opportunity: Annie B’s

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Spring 2007 - Vol. 3 No. 2

  • River Partners annual Dinner Celebrates Public Lands, Announces Gifts to State Parks
  • New San Joaquin Valley Regional Director
  • River Partners Gives Two Properties to California State Parks; Increases Sacramento River Access
  • Bidwell Ranch Mitigation Bank Project Update
  • Don’t Miss May and June River Partners Events

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Winter 2007 - Vol. 3 No. 1

  • River Partners Featured on the History Channel, January 24
  • Fish-Friendly Irrigation
  • Stony Creek Neighbors Battle Erosion
  • A New Chapter for Bidwell Ranch

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Fall 2006 - Vol. 2 No. 3

  • River Partners V.P. Named Finalist for National Purpose Prize
  • How Restoration Can Improve Water Quality—Letter from the Board Chair
  • River Partners Project Updates
  • The Story of River Partners, Barney Flynn, and the Purpose Prize
  • What Are Those Things? Oak Galls Demystified

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Summer 2006 - Vol. 2 No. 2

  • From Computer Database To Nesting Bell’s Vireo
  • Can Riparian Restoration Fight Global Warming? Letter from the Board Chair
  • Youth Plant Seeds, Reap Benefits
  • Blending Computer Programming, Farming Know-how, and Conservation
  • Riparian Areas: The Secret to Quality of Life?

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Spring 2006 - Vol. 2 No. 1

  • Restoration in the Flood Plain: A How To
  • Plant design for flooding—the O’Connor Lakes project
  • Outdoor education
  • Welcome to our new staff
  • Collaboration for agricultural & ecological goals
  • Landmark restoration agreement
  • Thank you to our donors

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Fall 2005 - Vol. 1 No. 1

  • Least Bell’s Vireo Returns to the Central Valley
  • River Partners Recieves Governor’s Award
  • Beyond the Classroom Walls
  • Community Visits Del Rio Wildlands Preserve
  • Disappearing Cottonwoods
  • Restoring Our Rivers Campaign

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