Role with the AFRP:

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Habiat Restoration Coordinator for Battle Creek and other Upper Sacramento River tributary streams.


Battle Creek


M.S., 1990, Fisheries Biology/Natural Resources, Humboldt State University - Arcata, California. Master's Project: Fisheries Interpretation for the Klamath Restoration Program.

B.S., 1987 Water Science, University of California, Davis, California.

Previous Experience:

90-96 Fisheries Biologist, Klamath Restoration Program, USFWS, Yreka, CA

87-89 Fisheries Biologist, Klamath National Forest, USFS, Klamath River, CA

86-87 Water Quality Specialist, State Water Resources Control Board, Sac, CA

85-86 Water Rights Specialist, State Water Resources Control Board, Sac, CA Selected Projects and Publications

Selected Projects and Publications:

USBR, Final Environmental Assessment for Temporary Reduction in Water Diversions from Battle Creek, 1998.

USFWS, Scott River Watershed Fish Restoration Plan, 1996.

USFWS, Klamath Long-Term Salmon Harvest Agreement, 1992.

USFWS, Klamath Long-Range Restoration Plan, 1990.

Other Interests:

Traveling, family, outdoor (and underwater) recreation and reading (but not underwater reading).

Contact Information:

Tricia Parker
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
10950 Tyler Road
Red Bluff, CA 96080-7762
(530) 527-3043 ext. N/A
Email: tricia_parker [just add]