The Results of our 2014/2015 Citizen Science Program have been posted. Hundreds of observations of salmon were recorded. See the Citizen Science page.
SARSAS has received several documents relating to the Hemphill Dam from the CDFW. They detail a request by NID (Nevada Irrigation District), to perform work on the dam in 2014. The CDFW agreed to the stance SARSAS has consistently maintained. The department concluded that the
Visit our media page to see our video about this years salmon run at Hemphill Dam. See how the salmon were prevented from spawning for still another year by NID’s mismanagement of this facility.
SARSAS-led outing brings ideas, creates more solid partnerships By: Eyragon Eidam of the Auburn Journal
February 16, 2015 | Your Neighbor Since 1872 Find more about Weather in Auburn, CA Click for weather forecast Search form Search NEWSSPORTSLIVINGOPINIONMULTIMEDIACALENDAROBITUARIESCLASSIFIEDS Monday Feb 16 2015 0 comments Field trip a step forward in salmon habitat efforts SARSAS-led outing brings ideas, creates more solid
SARSAS Led a Tour of Auburn Ravine with Agency Personnel, NID, and Many Others to Seek Progress on Fish Passage
Water Contractor Nevada Irrigation District Is Playing Political Games with Salmon at Its Hemphill Dam
Hello Everyone, We thank NID for cleaning up the mess it created at Hemphill Dam as a result of two years of unsuccessful tweaking in futile efforts to get salmon over the Hemphill Dam. All NID has done is return Hemphill Dam to its state
Water Contractor Nevada Irrigation District Is Holding Salmon Hostage at Hemphill Dam,Playing Politics with Salmon, to Avoid Correcting Water Rights Violations
Salmon are being held hostage by NID to pressure Foothill Water District (FWN), of which Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead is a member, to withdraw its formal protest against NID to correct these water rights violations. “Some have asked what our plan is for
Many individuals and agencies have worked diligently to get salmon 22 miles up Auburn Ravine to the current blockage at Hemphill Dam. NOAA Special Agent Don Tanner brought nine downstream dams into compliance with NOAA regulations; that is, all dams are removed by October 15
Nevada Irrigation District (NID) has plans to build two new dams on the Bear River to once again increase its bottom line at the expense of the environment. Their plans seem a little premature when they have proven to be anything but good stewards of