We are currently reviewing and approving biocontrol release sites for Spring 2017. Sites here are only tentative and are subject to change at any time. A page for each site with photos and description of tamarisk infestation and proposed actions are being prepared. Thank you for your patience!
If you would like to submit a site for consideration or are interested in assistance with monitoring, please contact us at TamariskAllianceCA@gmail.com!
Stony Creek - This watershed spans four counties (Glenn, Colusa, Tehama, and Lake) with the majority of the watershed in Glenn County. The watershed is roughly divided into Upper Stony Creek and Lower Stony Creek, with Black Butte Reservoir forming the boundary. Dense stands of Tamarix parviflora
Mud Creek and Richardson Springs - (Butte Co.) Mud Creek is located roughly 9 miles north-northeast of Chico, CA. Primarily scattered stands of Tamarix parviflora, possibly T. ramosissima.
Thomes Creek - (Tehama Co.) - Scattered stands of Tamarix parviflora.
Red Bank Creek - (Tehama Co.) - Scattered stands of Tamarix parviflora.
Kendrick Creek (Tehama Co.) - Scattered stands of Tamarix parviflora.