Jacoby Creek Water Sustainability and AnadromousFish Habitat Enhancement Feasibility Study


The Jacoby Creek Land Trust, in partnership with Humboldt County and the City of Arcata, and with funding provided by the State Coastal Conservancy will be leading a study through 2023 to assess options that alleviate flood impacts and improve fish and wildlife habitat in the lower Jacoby Creek watershed. The purpose of this first of three public meetings is to provide  information about the goals and desired outcomes of the project and provide an opportunity for community members and stakeholders to ask questions and provide input.


The meeting will be held over Zoom in a “webinar” format.  Presenters will be on camera and questions may be submitted via chat at the end of the scheduled presentations.  If you are unable to join the meeting, it will be recorded and available at a later date on this website.  You may also submit any questions  if you are unable to attend.


 The meeting will be held via Zoom and can be accessed here:


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The presentation slides can be found here

Complete the Jacoby Creek Water Sustainability and Anadromous Fish Habitat Study Survey here through December 1, 2021.

Major Funding for this project is provided by the State Coastal Conservancy

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