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Other Watershed Links

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Here are some links to other activities, projects and initiatives taking place in the Pajaro River Watershed. This list is not comprehensive and we may have missed some important information sources. So, please email us any other links you think should be included on this page. Thank you.

 

Other Links

National Weather Service - Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service: forecasts for the Pajaro River at Chittenden are issued routinely year-round. 

USGS Real-time Water Data - Pajaro River at Chittenden: provides hyrologic data for the Pajaro River at Chittenden.

Sustainable Conservation advances the stewardship of natural resources using innovative, pragmatic strategies that actively engage businesses and private landowners in conservation and has worked on several projects in the Pajaro Valley.

On July 28, 2009, Andy Fisher from UC Santa Cruz made a presentation in Watsonville titled Challenges and Opportunities in Managing Ground Water Resources for the Pajaro Valley.

SIMoN - Sanctuary Integrated Monitoring Network: provides maps, images, and other data for the Monterey Bay, Cordell Bank, and the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuaries.

The Agriculture Water Quality Alliance (AWQA) is a partnership of agriculture industry groups, resource conservation agencies, researchers, and environmental organizations working towards the following vision: “Together we will protect and enhance water in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and the adjacent watersheds while sustaining a world class production agriculture region through voluntary collaboration with managers of agricultural and rural lands.”

California Water Plan E-News Archives
for the latest news on water issues published by the CA Department of Water Resources. Topics include irrigation, regional planning, flood protection, water supply and quality, etc. California's Water Plan 2009 Update included a chapter on Watershed Management and can be accessed here.

Amuh Mutsun Tribal vision for restoring the Pajaro River Watershed.