Connecting Riparian Habitat on the State Highway System

This is a poster created for Caltrans in 2021 to illustrate healthy stream habitat and the benefits of keeping stream corridors open.

Watershed corridors connect aquatic and terrestrial species populations throughout California. Connectivity corridors provide safe passage to high-quality habitat for threatened, endangered, and special status species, enabling resiliency for individuals and populations that have been decimated by drought, wildfires, climate change, urban development, roads, dams, agriculture, and other impacts. 

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