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Poorman Creek, Nevada County

Poorman Creek, Nevada County

Stewardship is a resource management ethic that focuses on actively conserving resources and creating habitat in the interest of long-term sustainability. We often cooperate with organizations, communities, and others in order to achieve these goals.

Below you’ll find some examples of projects we’ve recently worked on.

 


Marysville High's Forestry Challenge team

Soper-Wheeler Coaches Forestry Challenge Students

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Coho Salmon Habitat Enhancement at the Old Maguire Ranch

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Upper Crossing from the upstream side after construction

Dunn Creek Fish Passage Project

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Adit #1 treatment cell with underground leach field

Spanish Mine Water Quality Remediation Project

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After: bridge installed

Replacing Culverts with Bridges

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Pulling down concrete on Upper House Creek dam

House Creek Restoration

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Soper-Wheeler's "Wildhog" NSTIA test plot 2 years after planting

North Sierra Tree Improvement Association

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Harvesting cones from a rust-resistant Soper-Wheeler tree

Saving The Sugar Pine

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Solar panel installation

Sun Power in Sonoma County

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Finishing installation

Creating Fish Habitat in the Upper Noyo River

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