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Cal Trout and its partner organizations, Lomakatsi Restoration Project and the Pit River Tribe, used Stewardship Council funding to restore a stretch of in-stream wild trout habitat on Hat Creek, which was the first Wild Trout Stream designated in California. In addition, they constructed a new pedestrian bridge, planted native riparian vegetation along the bank and removed 6.3 acres of noxious weeds, added 1.5 miles of trails along Hat Creek for recreational use and fishing access. They have improved access for fishing, while protecting several historic sites with new fencing, landscaping and signage.
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