Humboldt Steelhead Days is proud to offer three very unique tours of our local watersheds. Featuring a first hand experience with expert guides and all ending the day with some great local beer!

Eel River / Van Duzen River Restoration and Spawning Tour

A full day tour of the Van Duzen watershed, a 420 square mile tributary to the Eel River. The tour will view 3-4 restoration and watershed management sites and have in-the-field presentations from resource experts

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Humboldt Bay Tributaries Restoration and Spawning Tour

Humboldt Bay tributaries boast a rich assortment of salmonid habitat restoration projects from tidal wetland restoration to fish passage barrier removal sites. We visit three restoration sites with partners from the Northcoast Regional Land Trust, California Department of Fish and Wildlife and salmonid restoration professionals.

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Little River & Mad River Basin Tour

Mad River Alliance hosts this rare opportunity to tour private, tribal and timber lands, where restoration and enhancement has opened up critical steelhead, coho, and Chinook habitat. This special tour will allow participants a front row seat on the spawning and rearing grounds that are the vital to the success of our wild salmonid populations.

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