The Gualala River begins high in the Coast Range before emptying into the Pacific Ocean near the town that shares its namesake.

The river provides recreation, municipal and industrial water supply for the community of Gualala, CA and is important wildlife habitat for freshwater fish including salmon and steelhead. The most important problem for the watershed is excessive erosion, and historical and current logging in old growth and second growth have greatly increased the sedimentation load into the river.


Gualala River Updates

River Steward Program Newsletter Winter 2018

We are starting to see rains show up earlier in southern Oregon than I can remember in the past couple of years, and I hope that this is the beginning to a long wet winter here in the Northwest. ...

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