Whiskeytown's Climate Friendly Parks program - Whiskeytown recently became a member of the Climate Friendly Parks program and is working towards a higher degree of sustainability in park operations. For more information, please click here to visit Whiskeytown's Climate Friendly Parks page.
Shasta Bally Summit Public Scoping - Public Scoping Meetings regarding the future management of the summit of Shasta Bally will be held December 11 in Redding. Preliminary alternatives range from continuing the current operations to phasing out and re-locating the telecommunication facilities over a 10 to15 year period.
30 Day Public Review of National Park Service Environmental Assessment for Expansion and Redesign of Oak Bottom Campground - Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (NRA) park officials today announced the release of the Expansion and Redesign of the Oak Bottom Campground Environmental Assessment (EA) for public review. To assist the National Park Service with this project, the public is invited to provide comments during the review period, running from August 17, 2011 to September 16, 2011. The Environmental Assessment may also be downloaded and comments posted directly to the National Park Service Planning, Environment and Public Comment website at:
Lower Clear Creek Anadromous Fish Resotoration and Management Project Environmental Assessment - The National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management have released the Lower Clear Creek Anadromous Fish Restoration and Management Project Environmental Assessment. This project addresses potential restoration activities on federal lands along lower Clear Creek between Whiskeytown Dam and the confluence with the Sacramento River. These restoration activities are planned to improve habitat for native fish including the federally listed Sacramento River spring-run Chinook salmon and steelhead trout. (July 2008)
Whiskeytown General Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement - This document presents a proposed plan and three alternatives for the management, use and development of Whiskeytown (7/1999)