Mad River Alliance is a community driven group working to protect clean local water and the ecological integrity of the Mad River watershed for the benefit of its human and natural communities. Mad River Alliance is a 501(c)3 (Humboldt County, California). If you’d like to help clean up the Mad River, please email us at email@example.com.
Check out our EVENTS page for recent activities, clean ups and misc events.
$10,000 Prize Pool this year! New this year: Spawning & Restoration Tours
To register for the fishing contest, click on image below to enlarge:
Humboldt Steelhead Days year #4 fishing contest will run from January to March, 2017. All proceeds will go toward future river restoration projects. Thanks to the Humboldt Lodging Alliance for funding this event. For more information, visit the Humboldt Steelhead Days website and or Facebook page. To sponsor or partner with us on this annual event, download our sponsorship brochure and mail it in! Click HERE.
Important Publications: Click on link below to download
• 2016 Compliance Handbook, Cannabis Farmer’s Workshop Series PDF
Mad River Alliance is in the process of updating our Strategic & Operational Plans, and would like to hear from the public in this short survey. Mad River Alliance is a community-driven group working to protect clean local water and the ecological integrity of the Mad River watershed for the benefit of its human and natural communities. We are collecting as many responses as we can by May 6th, so please take the survey as soon as you can! It took me less than 5 minutes when I took it. Share the link if you are so inclined!
Mad River Alliance in the Press:
• Business Spotlight from Blue Lake Chamber of Commerce, click here.
• Pacific Outfitters Post Cleanup Report: PacOut Green Team on the Mad River, click here.
• The Times-Standard: Cleanup for Earth Day on the Mad River. MRA members have removed over 250 old tires and 240 cubic yards of trash since the alliance began cleaning up the Mad River in 2012. For article click here.
For the latest up to date information follow Mad River Alliance’s Facebook page, click here.