The court and legislative battles in California to protect fish are recounted in a history from the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences. We’ve posted this study, Rebirth of Fish and Game Section 5937. in our Resources section.
The California Fisheries Blog notes that The National Marine Fisheries Service’s (NMFS) Recovery Plan for Central Valley Salmon and Steelhead prescribes trap-and-haul, as does their biological opinion for operation of state and federal Central Valley water projects. The blog post notes that “Transporting adult salmon
Natural Resources Defense Council sues U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Rice Growers for mismanagement leading to demise of near-extinct salmon
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press contact: Kimiko Martinez, 310-434-2344, email@example.com; Maggie Caldwell, Earthjustice, 415-217-2084, firstname.lastname@example.org Illegal Diversion of Water Threatens to End Chinook Salmon Survival in California NRDC sues U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Rice Growers for mismanagement leading to demise of near-extinct salmon SAN FRANCISCO
It’s hard not to be impressed by the optimism of those clearing the way for salmon to return to the Auburn Ravine. These doughty folk were planting redwoods this week, a preamble to the hoped-for return of Chinooks. The fishes likely haven’t been in the
Auburn Journal posts followup article on Auburn Ravine volunteer efforts to restore bank as well as clear stream
It’s a hard-knock life for a fish these days, but Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead has a plan to make the life of a fish a little bit easier, at least as they travel through Auburn Ravine. The group is working with residents to