Yreka Fish and Wildlife Office
California and Nevada Region
Ecosystem Restoration

Riparian Habitat
Photo: Shasta River CRMP/Dave Webb

The primary goal of the Ecosystem Restoration Branch is to protect fish and wildlife populations by restoring ecosystems and anadromous fisheries in the Klamath River watershed.  The branch works toward attaining this goal by seeking cooperation with members of the public through several programs, some of which are listed below.

The Ecosystem Restoration Branch administers and supports various Fish and Wildlife Service programs, including, the National Fish Passage Program and Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program.

Last updated: October 16, 2008