Everyone is invited to final planning meeting for Salmon and Steelhead in the Foothills, Past, Present and Future” in the Rose Room, Auburn City Hall at 6 pm, today, Wednesday, May 8. Please get your tickets NOW to State Theater for May 19 Evening Presentation
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO BECOME PERSONALLY INVOLVED TO DO SOMETHING GREAT AND LASTING FOR YOUR COMMUNITY!
Everyone is invited to 1140 High Street, Auburn, Ca 95603 TOMORROW MAY 1, 6:30 pm Wednesday to plan the final details to help get salmon and steelhead to Auburn. Find out how you can help and enjoy the fellowship and music while taking your personal
The City of Auburn has made a phenomenal upgrade to its WWTP to help salmon and steelhead thrive in the Auburn Ravine and reach the City of Auburn. To date, Nevada Irrigation District (NID) has done NOTHING to get frish over Hemphill and Gold Hill
PLEASE ATTEND THE MEETING, MONDAY, APRIL 16, AT 6 PM AT AUBURN CITY HALL IN THE ROSE ROOM TO ORGANIZE TO SAVE SALMON AND STEELHEAD IN THE FOOTHILLS. IF THE PEOPLE OF WASHINGTON CAN SAVE THEIR FISHES, SO CAN WE. MARGARET MEAD SAID, “NEVER DOUBT
To view on YouTube https://youtu.be/O9Oe7hdcRXs
EVERYONE’S HELP IS NEEDED AT AUBURN CITY COUNCIL MEETING AT CITY HALL, MONDAY, MARCH 25 AT 6 PM, ITEM 3, APPROVAL OF SALMON STATUE IN AUBURN CENTRAL SQUARE PLEASE SHOW UP AND SPEAK IN SUPPORT OF PLACEMENT OF SALMON STATUE IN THE ALREADY DESIGNATED AREA
Robert Hane and his neighbors on the Arden Ravine have set a goal of rehabilitating and restoring the Auburn Ravine to promote salmon spawning. This film spotlights their efforts. It will be shown at the May 19 Salmon in the Foothills Festival – Past, Present
GREAT NEWS FOR SALMON AT HEMPHILL DAM ON AUBURN RAVINE, LOCATED 2 MILES UPSTREAM FROM CITY OF LINCOLN
Late News: Meeting shifted to March 26. Location not set Both NFMS and CDFW have raised serious issues about the proposed design for an infiltration gallery to replace the Hemphill Dam. PLEASE READ THE LETTER BELOW CAREFULLY AND PUT THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR AND
Here is video of the Lincoln Gauging Fish Ladder dedication December 2, 2012, with former NID GM Ron Nelson officiating. He was a GM concerned about the environment, who worked diligently with all parties involved, especially with SARSAS, to make the fish ladder dream a reality.