With funding from the State Water Resources Control Board Integrated Watershed Management Program, MRC has recently produced a series of new publications covering a range of topics from Sudden Oak Death to watershed-friendly economic possibilities.
-White paper investigating the potential for establishment of a Long Term Ecological Research Station in the Mattole.
-Report on our current understanding of the Sudden Oak Death infestation in northern California, potential impacts in the Mattole, and how restoration can mitigate its effects.
-Report on climate change and scenarios of what it means for the Mattole watershed and our restoration effort.
-White paper on Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology and its potential applications in understanding Mattole forests.
-Forest management pamphlet providing information for Mattole forest landowners on managing their property for increased health and productivity. (Note that this PDF is configured to print for center-stapling, so the pages are not in order on your screen.)
-Brochure and fact sheet on Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) regulations for sediment and water temperature, and what these mean for Mattole landowners.
All of these publications are linked below.