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Project Underway to Prevent Straying of Adult Sacramento River Salmon

Friday, Oct 7th, 2016

Yesterday various elected officials, water resources managers, landowners and representatives from state and federal water management and fishery agencies gathered on the Sacramento River to celebrate the construction of the Wallace Weir Fish Rescue Project. This fish friendly project will help prevent straying of adult Salmon from the Sacramento River. This project is another example … Continue reading Project Underway to Prevent Straying of Adult Sacramento River Salmon

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Partners Memorialize the Completion of the Most Recent Salmon Recovery Project in the Sacramento Valley

Thursday, Sep 29th, 2016

On September 27th, Reclamation District 108, NOAA Fisheries, California Department of Water Resources and the Sacramento River Forum were recognized for the successful completion of the Bullock Bend Mitigation Bank in Yolo County.  The project, which was managed by Westervelt Environmental Services, consists of over 116 acres of restored floodplain habitat, which will provide critical … Continue reading Partners Memorialize the Completion of the Most Recent Salmon Recovery Project in the Sacramento Valley

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Water and Fisheries Leaders Host Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program Event in Redding

Friday, Sep 23rd, 2016

Earlier this week, water and fisheries officials joined the Northern California Water Association and a number of Northern California water management entities at the Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District Diversion Dam in Redding to take an in-depth look at the collaborative projects and programs underway to benefit salmon as part of the Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program. Experts … Continue reading Water and Fisheries Leaders Host Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program Event in Redding

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More Progress on Salmon Recovery Projects: RD 2035 and Woodland-Davis Complete Fish Screen Project – Only Two High Priority Diversions Remain in the Sacramento Valley

Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016

Yesterday afternoon, various elected officials, water resources managers, landowners and representatives from state and federal water management and fishery agencies gathered on the Sacramento River in Yolo County to celebrate the completion of the Reclamation District 2035 (RD 2035) and Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency (WDCWA) combined diversion and fish screen facility. Joining in the celebration … Continue reading More Progress on Salmon Recovery Projects: RD 2035 and Woodland-Davis Complete Fish Screen Project – Only Two High Priority Diversions Remain in the Sacramento Valley

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