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Abundance or Absence?

Thursday, Dec 8th, 2016

  The Sacramento River Valley, Albert Bierstadt, 1872 With the rainy season off to its wettest start in 30 years according to the National Weather Service, speculation and conversation surrounds whether it will continue.  As the recently concluded exhibition California: The Art of Water has portrayed at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, water … Continue reading Abundance or Absence?

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Sacramento Valley is Working Hard to Provide Better Nourishment for Fish

Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016

Sacramento Valley water suppliers and landowners–as part of the ongoing effort to creatively manage water for various beneficial purposes—are working closely with conservation organizations and state and federal agencies to provide immediate nourishment and improved habitat for fisheries in a concerted manner. As part of the Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program, the partners held a … Continue reading Sacramento Valley is Working Hard to Provide Better Nourishment for Fish

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The Importance of Generations in the Sacramento Valley

Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016

Mary Wells is a fifth-generation farmer and one of the most thoughtful and powerful voices in Northern California. One of the great qualities in the Sacramento Valley is the way people think in terms of generations and our deep desire for our children and grandchildren to carry forward an amazing quality of life. As we … Continue reading The Importance of Generations in the Sacramento Valley

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Pacific Flyway Partnerships Celebrated in Yolo Bypass

Thursday, Nov 17th, 2016

  Sacramento Valley is Single Most Important Wintering Area for Waterfowl Who Are At Peak of Migration SACRAMENTO – Each winter migrating waterfowl rely upon the Sacramento Valley to rest and feed during their annual migration, which is at its peak right now. Winter flooding of post-harvest rice fields, along with wildlife refuges, are key … Continue reading Pacific Flyway Partnerships Celebrated in Yolo Bypass

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