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Coho-Friendly Habitat and Operations Plan for the San Geronimo Golf Course

The Coho-Friendly Habitat and Operations Plan for the San Geronimo Golf Course is a planning document for the golf course, stakeholders, and community members to understand and prioritize opportunities for improving salmonid habitat through direct enhancement actions and management strategies on the golf course property. The plan specifically targets habitat and management improvements to benefit coho salmon at a range of lifestages. It is a guidance document developed specifically for the SGGC, to benefit of coho salmon and steelhead trout, in the context of the greater San Geronimo Valley watershed and community.

The overall project goals related to golf course’s role in salmonid recovery include:

1) Directly improve coho salmon habitat, instream structure and riparian habitat

2) Improve stormwater quality and manage peak flows

3) Improve golf course operations and management (water use, integrated pest management,and invasive species management).

See the full plan here (pdf).