December 2022 Field Updates: Stormwater Runoff and Tracking Rainfall

First Flush Embarcadero

First Flush in the Morro Bay Watershed: What goes down the drain?

Join the Morro Bay Rain Gauge Network to Track Local Precipitation

Once the water levels dropped to safe wading levels, we went out to check on equipment and measure stream flow on Pennington Creek. This is at the site that previously had a fish passage barrier. The barrier was removed over the fall, opening up miles of Pennington Creek for migrating steelhead trout. Partners at other organizations have seen returning adult steelhead in a few other creeks in the county, so we are keeping our eyes open for ones in our watershed as well.

Field Updates January 2019: Eelgrass, Stormy Monitoring, Wildlife

Rain Comes to Morro Bay at the Start of a New Water Year

Photograph Friday: Spring Rain in Morro Bay

Stormwater Runoff and Morro Bay

Chorro Creek at Canet Road was at 6 feet on Thursday, January 19.

Photo Friday: Watching the Rain