March 5, 2020
Maya Roe’s writing has appeared in the Pamlico Writers Group Anthology, Coffin Bell Journal, and other smaller publications. She is currently a student at College of the Atlantic where she...
February 19, 2020
In response to preventable disasters like the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion, Pacific Gas and Electric has insisted that they are committed to high safety standards. It’s now a decade,...
February 3, 2020
Hi Friends, We are so thankful for all the generous support from our end of year fundraising campaign. Support from our community is crucial to continuing our important work protecting...
January 2, 2020
The EcoNews crew talks about restoring fisheries on the Eel River with CalTrout’s North Coast manager, Darren Mierau. An agreement between regional stakeholders to remove the two dams on the...
November 27, 2019
As the new Executive Director of Friends of the Eel River, I understand and appreciate how important your support is to our ongoing success. Thank you for helping us secure...
November 18, 2019
Friends of the Eel River's comments to the Humboldt County Planning Department on the Humboldt Wind Energy Final EIR. It is our understanding that this project is likely to be...
November 13, 2019
Please join us at upcoming public hearings for the proposed wind project on November 14 and 21. See below for our position and details about meetings and submitting your own...
October 10, 2019
(Eureka, CA) Friends of the Eel River and the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors have reached a legal settlement to fund culvert replacements and road repairs in two Southern Humboldt...
Read More Core Programs Eel River Fish Count Station at Van Arsdale Reservoir
Cape Horn dam impounds the river to form Van Arsdale Reservoir. It is located downstream from Scott dam, is the smaller of the two dams, and has a fish ladder. March 26, 2020 No Chinook ascended the ladder this past week – this run is complete. The Chinook count stands at 153 (Male 32, Female 65, Jack 41, Unk 15). A total of 24 steelhead ascended the ladder this past week. The steelhead count stands at 227 (Male 82, Female 109, Unk 36).
Scott L Harris
Associate Biologist (Marine/Fish)
Learn more about fish counts on the Eel River here.