Mattole Restoration Council

The Mattole Restoration Council is one of North America’s oldest community-led watershed restoration organizations. Established in 1983, the Council’s primary mission is to understand, restore and conserve the ecosystems of the Mattole River watershed, with attention to threatened coho and Chinook salmon and steelhead. The Council works to further the objectives and purpose of the Mattole Restoration Council, “the restoration of natural systems in the Mattole River watershed and their maintenance at sustainable levels of health and productivity”. For more information on our programs, click here.

We are a non-profit, 501c3 that works with hundreds of private landowners, resource management agencies, and other local conservation and education organizations such as the Mattole Salmon Group, Sanctuary Forest, and Lost Coast Interpretive Association. These four groups work together to support the Mattole Watershed and King Range National Conservation Area as the King Range Alliance.

Mission Statement

The objectives and purpose of the Mattole Restoration Council are the restoration of natural systems in the Mattole River Watershed and their maintenance at sustainable levels of health and productivity, especially in regards to forests, fisheries, soil, and other plant and animal communities.


Contact Mattole Restoration Council

Cassie Pinnell
Executive Director
29230 Mattole Rd, 2nd Floor
PO Box 160
Petrolia, California  95558
Phone: (707) 629-3514
Fax: (707) 629-3577


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • California


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