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We have short sleeve and long sleeve T-shirts and very cool sweatshirts in stock.

An inventory of T-shirts is available at Trinity Center General Store.

Email us if you are interested in a long sleeve shirt or a sweatshirt.

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Trinity Lake Report

11/16/17 - The lake elevtaion is holding at 2,322', down 48' from the spillway. Trinity ramp is still open.

Inflow to the lake from recent rainstorms has helped the lake keep up with the winter flow down the river, which began last month.

The lake is reportedly remaining at 110% of normal for the date. Of course, that's the "new normal" since this fish engineering science experiment began. Stuarts Fork, Bowerman, Clark Springs ramps are closed now, but we are having a great fall boating season.

Here is a graph of historic lake elevation (updated 11/15) showing spillway and Trinity Center ramp elevations. (The gaps in the line on the graph are due to missing or bad data in the state's database.)


California Boating and Waterways Commission Approved Our Boat Ramp Project!

At the Feb 8 meeting of the state Boating and Waterways commission in Weaverville, approval was granted for the $1.64 million improvement project for the Trinity Center launching facility. The grant will be given to the USFS to do the work since they manage the National Recreation Area that controls recreation on Trinity Lake.

The USFS has applied for a $1.64 million grant to improve the parking, restroom and launch facilities at our boat ramp. The plan is to extend and re-pave the double-lane ramp down to the bottom of the current single-lane, put in a new floating courtesy dock, install all-new restrooms, and more! The details are in this document.

The day before the meeting, on Feb 7, the commission toured the Trinity Center ramp and concluded that this is a very valuable resource for our community in need of overhaul. A strong showing of local support both at the ramp tour and at the meeting in Weaverville went a long way toward convincing commission members of the need. They said multiple times that they were impressed with the public show of support for the project.

The work will need to be done at a lower lake level, and the end of the drought this year is ironic timing, but the project is approved and actually includes funding for a small cofferdam to allow work even if the ramp is not fully exposed.

A big Thank You to California Department of Boating and Waterways, the USFS NRA team, the Trinity Collaborative, and, of course, a small, tireless group of locals who fought to keep this project on the radar and moving forward!


USFS Local Fuels Reduction Project - DONE !!
(except for the burning!)

The Forest Service project east of Hwy 3 just north of KOA is done and looks great. Here is a map of the project area. The treatment removed trees up to 8", with a few 10" trees, to reduce the density of ladder fuels. The intent is keep the forest canopy to prevent sunlight from reaching the ground and regrowing the brush.

There are hundreds of slash piles that remain, and with all the moisture, we can expect burining this spring.


Trinity County Code Enforcement
Here are a few quick links to documents on the Trinity County website:


Bay Delta Conservation Plan and Delta Tunnels
Stop The TunnelsControversy continues as more people become aware of the Governor's proposal to divert Northern Calif water south through two 32-foot diameter tunnels under the Delta. You can read much about this plan on our Stop the Tunnels page. Below are some recent articles and news:

 

Stop The Tunnels


North Lake Community Action

View the TLRA page for a list of positioning letters, EIR/EIS comments, and community meeting presentations. Community Meeting logo

 

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