My goal is to get City of Auburn, fraternal groups, clubs, Non Profits, Businesses and individuals to take possession of a barrier and provide fish passage. Getting fish the last mile must be a collaborative effect. Jack Inventory of Obstacles from Wise Powerhouse to Auburn
As reported Veronica Blake, CEO of Place Community Foundation in Gold Country Media, The Board of Supervisors has approved funding forWilliam Jessup’s Institute of Biodiversity and the Environment (IBE), “the program is now primed to launch a new research study to support and restore the
As the new year starts and Hemphill dam continues to block salmon, this video of the October demonstration reminds us of the need to continue a process to move forward.
The SARSAS Board of Directors expressed deep dissatisfaction to the proposed to the Proposed Settlement of the Water Audit suit against the Nevada Irrigation District. As outlined in the attached letter, the SARSAS Board felt that the settlement demanded little of NID, and in fact
Public Invited to Submit Written Feedback by February 7 SACRAMENTO, January 3, 2020- State agencies today released a draft water resilience portfolio with a suite of recommended actions to help California cope with more extreme droughts and floods, rising temperatures, declining fish populations, aging infrastructure
Wateraudit is suing NID for various issues including blocking fish passage in Auburn Ravine at Gold Hill and Hemphill Dams and many, many other illegalities. NID decided to try to settle this lawsuit out of court and has 30 days to settle out of court,
Adam Laputz, Assistant Executive Officer of the Central Valley Water Authority presented an overview of the work of the Water Board in protecting both ground and surface water from a variety of contaminants.
City of Auburn sent this letter to NID urging them to do Something toward getting steelhead and salmon to the two parks in Auburn to spawn so the current 84,000 cars passing Auburn each day with have the opportunity to see salmon and steelhead spawn
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.