Historical Conditions of the Creek
Programs and Projects
Dig into habitat enhancement and restoration with native vegetation planting and invasive plant removal projects.
Native Plant Nursery and Plant Propagation
Help us grow native plants from local seed sources.
Every year Putah Creek Council holds at least one major creek cleanup event. Over 100 volunteers come to remove litter and dumped items from the creek.
Putah Creek Council volunteers work with expert aquatic ecologists to monitor species composition in the creek.
We work in K-8 classrooms to provide hands-on education. Also, CreekSpeak runs from May-October to discuss nature, art, and culture in the bioregion.
Putah Creek Council has summer internships available for local residents ages 16 and older.
Advocacy and Collaboration
Putah Creek Council is a voice for Putah Creek. We work with other regional groups to support and collaborate on local habitat enhancement and environmental education.
Resources & Links
Lower Putah Creek Resources
- Lower Putah Creek Watershed Portal
- The Putah-Cache Bioregion Project
Public Benefits Groups Working on Putah Creek
- Audubon California's Landowner Stewardship Program
- Blue Ridge Berryessa Natural Area
- Center For Land-Based Learning
- Explorit Science Center
- Putah Creek Trout
- Solano Resource Conservation District
- University of CA Davis: Museum of Fish and Wildlife Biology
- Upper Putah Creek Stewarship
- Yolo Basin Foundation
- Yolo Resource Conservation District
Putah Creek Flow and Dam Information
- California Department of Water Resources (USGS Putah Creek Near Winters Gage)
- Monticello Dam (Bureau of Reclamation - General Information)
- Putah Diversion Dam (Bureau of Reclamation - General Information)
- Solano County Water Agency (Weekly Operations Report)