At the November General Meeting, Rich Marovich, Streamkeeper, Lower Putah Creek Coordinating Committee, made a presentation on the history of the restoration of Lower Putah Creek, and specifically on the enhancement of the gravel which promoted salmon spawning.
Putah Creek turning into a salmon stream Ken W. Davis-Courtesy This pair of fall-run Chinook salmon spawned recently in the restored sections of Winters Putah Creek Park. Copyright Ken W. Davis By Carrie Shaw, executive director for the Putah Creek Council For years, Peter
It turns out, there actually is an interagency committee formed to study getting salmon over first Shasta Dam, then Folsom and New Melones Dams. We need to figure out how the public, us, can support this committee. Please read on! Background The Shasta Dam Fish
The answer is Yes! THIS DOWNSTREAM SMOLT SYSTEM CAN GET SMOLT OVER FOLSOM DAM ON THEIR RETURN TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN TO MATURE! IT IS IN USE ON THE NORTH FORK OF THE CLACKAMUS RIVER NOW. North Fork Development is located about 14 miles downstream