This document library contains a historical record of information related to the Ventura River watershed, including newspaper articles, policy statements, minutes and other data. The issues facing the Ventura River watershed have deep historical roots. Moreover, the issues often re-present themselves in the face of development and competing interests.

The documents in this library are organized by category. Also found here, the Friends Archive contains documents dating back several decades. The Friends Archive is an ongoing effort to scan and make available online documents that have been stored away in paper format. The library’s documents are also tagged with keywords to aid search results.

Other documents now available on the Santa Barbara Channelkeeper website include the Al Leydecker archives of his 20-plus years of research on the Ventura River & Goleta streams.

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2007 Federal Recovery Outline for the Distinct Population Segment of Southern California Coast Steelhead
date: 2007
filetype: PDF
filesize: 6.6 MB
publication/publisher: NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service. SW Region
Data Summary of August 2009 O. mykiss Sampling in Ventura/Matilija Basin - Draft
date: 2009
filetype: PDF
filesize: 0.6 MB
publication/publisher: Thomas R. Payne & Associates
Grandparent Analysis identifies Multiple Gene Flow Sources - Wild Salmon
date: 2011
filetype: pdf
filesize: 0.29 MB
publication/publisher: Molecular Ecology
Steelhead Population and Habitat Assessment in the Ventura River/Matilija Creek Basin 2009 Final Data Summary
date: 2010
filetype: PDF
filesize: 3.2 MB
publication/publisher: Thomas R. Payne & Associates
Steelhead Restoration & Management Plan for California
date: 1996
filetype: PDF
filesize: 2.6 MB
publication/publisher: California Department of Fish & Game
Viability Criteria for Steelhead of the South-Central and Southern California Coast
date: 2007
filetype: PDF
filesize: 0.8 MB
publication/publisher: NOAA NMFS- SW Fisheries Science Center Technical Memo-407
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