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Secrets of Salmon Success: How lessons learned on Butte Creek can help recover fish in the Sacramento Valley

Thursday, Jun 22nd, 2017

  By Jacob Katz, PhD., Senior Scientist, CalTrout It was great to be on the banks of Butte Creek last week celebrating the success of a collaborative effort to create a working landscape for fish, birds and people. There are many lessons to draw from the success of Butte Creek restoration efforts; the galvanizing the … Continue reading Secrets of Salmon Success: How lessons learned on Butte Creek can help recover fish in the Sacramento Valley

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Celebrating the Recovery of Spring-run Salmon on Butte Creek

Thursday, Jun 15th, 2017

Today, partners in a two decade-old effort to benefit spring-run Chinook salmon gathered on the banks of Butte Creek to celebrate the program’s enduring success.  Headlining the event this morning was Bruce Babbitt, who was Department of Interior Secretary in the late 1990s and participated in a similar ceremony twenty years ago to initiate the … Continue reading Celebrating the Recovery of Spring-run Salmon on Butte Creek

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State Commits to Salmon Recovery in the Sacramento Valley

Monday, Jun 5th, 2017

  The Northern California Water Association (NCWA) welcomes and appreciates the California Natural Resources Agency issuing its Sacramento Valley Salmon Resiliency Strategy (Strategy). The Strategy shows a strong state commitment to join the various regional and local partners—including water suppliers, landowners, conservation and fishing organizations–who are aggressively working on various projects and modern flows that are … Continue reading State Commits to Salmon Recovery in the Sacramento Valley

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Improving Water Quality – Working Toward Sustainability

Friday, Jun 2nd, 2017

  As the calendar turns from May to June, entities in high and medium groundwater basins throughout the state are finalizing efforts to organize and form Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSA) ahead of the June 30 deadline.  Sustainable groundwater management means the management and use of groundwater in a manner that can be maintained without causing … Continue reading Improving Water Quality – Working Toward Sustainability

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