Our Mission: The Battle Creek Watershed Conservancy's goal is to preserve the environmental and economic resources of the Battle Creek watershed through responsible stewardship, liaison, cooperation, and education.
The BCWC is a voluntary organization of property owners with significant stakes in the economic and environmental health of the Battle Creek watershed. It was formed to help protect these economic and environmental stakes through local control and beneficial land stewardship practices.
We welcome you to browse our site to learn about projects and studies being conducted within the Battle Creek watershed, including the Battle Creek Salmon & Steelhead Restoration Project and the completed Battle Creek Watershed Assessment. We also offer links to many other documents and reports pertaining to the Upper Sacramento River watershed.

Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project Documents


Spring on Battle Creek
During the drought of 2015, this hungry black bear came down from the high country

North Fork Battle Creek
American bald eagles nest along Battle Creek

Battle Creek Watershed Based Plan Project
  Battle Creek Watershed Based Plan Version 2019 May
  Battle Creek Watershed Stream Condition Monitoring 2012-2017
  Battle Creek Watershed Assessment: Sediment Sources and Influencing Factors - October 2018
  Battle Creek Watershed Based Plan Overview - March 2017
  Battle Creek Watershed Assessment: Data Collection Plan - December, 2016
Tehama East and West Community Wildfire Protection Plan Update 2017
Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project Update - Sept. 2017
Final Coleman NFH Adaptive Management Plan - November, 2016
Battle Creek Winter-Run Chinook Salmon Reintroduction Plan - August, 2016
GBCWWG Issues Tracking Document - May 16, 2017
SWAMP 2015 Battle Creek Watershed Hydrology and Sediment Assessment
2014 Storms and Water Board Involvement in Battle Creek
Memo from USFWS: Increase in Fine Sediment in South Fork Battle Creek
Lassen Lodge Hydroelectric Project FERC Documents #12496
Integrated Weed Management Plan for the Battle Creek Watershed

Wildfire effects in Battle Creek Watershed
A covey of California Quail at home in the Battle Creek Watershed

Upper Battle Creek Watershed
Soda Lake feeds Bailey Creek, an important tributary stream in the BC Watershed


Fall-run Chinook in Battle Creek, California
Male Nuttall's Woodpecker on an oak snag near Digger Creek in the Battle Creek Watershed

Photos by Kathleen Bishop

Battle Creek
Watershed Conservancy
P.O. Box 606, Manton, CA 96059


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Revised June, 2019