Redwood Creek Watershed Assessment

The Redwood Creek watershed is a highly valued natural resource that hosts a diverse assemblage of rare flora and fauna. The watershed is home to Muir Woods National Monument, one of the State’s prized stands of old growth coast redwoods.  The Redwood Creek Watershed Assessment (RCWA) highlights conservation strategies to protect watershed resources including wetlands and aquatic habitat for coho salmon and red-legged frogs.

Horizon Water and Environment (Horizon), in collaboration with the Golden Gate National Park Conservancy (GGNPC), the National Park Service (NPS), and Stillwater Sciences, is coordinating the development of the RCWA.  Horizon has provided the GGNPC/NPS team with overall program management, technical oversight of the watershed assessment, and public outreach facilitation to ensure public agencies, stakeholders and the general public are informed and have input into the RCWA process.