The online publication Water Deeply has published a review of some of the potential benefits beavers can provide in the California landscape. The industrious rodents can offer a range of benefits for California water supplies and habitats. But they’re still officially considered a pest On California’s
The Citizen Scientist program is staring up again this year to count the salmon and steelhead in Auburn Ravine and record the water conditions. The current volunteers are already in the field but we need more people to help with this important SARSAS program. If
More than one-tenth of the largest wild population of threatened salmon in the Central Valley died after repair work near a power plant led Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to cut off a cooling flow of water into a creek, wildlife and utility officials said Friday. PG&E,
While the US Fish and Wildlife Service is Transporting salmon over Shasta Dam to cooler waters in the McCloud River to increase survival rates, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife CONTINUES TO REFUSE SARSAS PERMISSION TO TRANSPORT SALMON OVER HEMPHILL DAM TO ALLOW THEM TO REACH
The Placer County Fish and Game Commission has sent a letter to the Placer County Board of Supervisors supporting fish transfer as a temporary amelioration to the barrier posed to salmon by the Hemphill dam. They additionally request the Placer Board of Supervisors to make clear that
An article in the Sunday Sacramento Bee highlights a letter this spring sent by the California Department of Fish and Game to the Nevada Irrigation District alleging that the District was in violation of the Fish and Game Code over blockage of fall run salmon by the Hemphill Dam.
Rem Scherzinger, GM of NID, was interviewed today by Sarah McCormack on Auburn Radio KAHI. When he was asked about fish passage on Auburn Ravine’s Hemphill Dam, he mentioned he is waiting for the Protests filed by Foothill Water Network, of which SARSAS is a
In our media section, we are posting a summary of the Fishing Regulations that apply to Auburn Ravine. Many people are confused about how and when they can legally fish in Auburn Ravine. Auburn Ravine is closed to salmon fishing at all times, but east
The KAHI blog published an article on the fish deaths at the American River Hatchery giving more detail on the severity of the incident. Seventy-eight percent of the Eagle Lake trout died to to a series of mishaps caused by a lack of governmental co-ordination.