The “Roy’s Pools Fish Passage and Floodplain Restoration Project” will remove the highest priority fish barrier in central California, creating and restoring approximately five acres of creek habitat with the construction of 0.25-mile long floodplain corridors along the former San Geronimo golf course property in San Geronimo, California.
The project is a collaborative effort between several local, state, and national agencies that will:
- Provide year-round access to critical habitat for endangered salmon;
- Create valuable floodplain corridors for terrestrial wildlife movement;
- Greatly increase the amount of trees for nesting birds; and
- Replace a failing pedestrian bridge with a new prefabricated bridge, linking trails and providing fish viewing over a wider, more complex and stable creek channel.