Aquatic Species Monitoring

MCRCD staff performs an aquatic survey

MCRCD’s fisheries biologist and interim Executive Director, Joe Scriven, earned his master’s degree in fisheries from Humboldt State University and has managed fisheries restoration and water quality projects in Mendocino County since 1998.  Joe maintains a Scientific Collecting Permit, required to perform surveys for spawning salmonids.  Joe is also trained to conduct habitat assessments for California red-legged frogs. He often performs monitoring and training projects with local Native American tribes in the county to document salmonid spawning and rearing, abundance and habitat use.

For further information contact:
Joe Scriven, Fisheries Biologist/Program Manager
Office: 707-462-3664 ex. 104