One million salmon released into Sacramento River, but pulse flow request rejected

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Photo by Dan Bacher. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) today released one million Feather River fall run Chinook salmon — eight truckloads of fish — into the Sacramento River at the Elkhorn Boat ramp north of Sacramento. CDFW staff from … Continued

Action Alert: Santa Clara Valley Water District will vote on Delta Tunnels on May 2!

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RESTORE THE DELTA’S BAY AREA ACTION ALERT: We need YOU at SCVWD Tunnels Vote on Wednesday, May 2 WHO: Delta advocates, representatives from environmental and public interest groups including Restore the Delta, and Santa Clara Valley Water District board of directors … Continued

Coleman Fish Hatchery Releases 5,000 Adult Steelhead Back into Sacramento

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  Coleman National Fish Hatchery releases steelhead kelts into the Sacramento River below the Bend Bridge. Photo courtesy of Nor-Cal Guides and Sportsmens Association.   Fred Myer, the California Department of Fish and Game fishery biologist for many years on … Continued

CDFW: Recreational Salmon Seasons Set for 2018

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The California Department of Fish and Wildlife on April 17 announced the recreational salmon seasons for 2018, noting that it appears to be “a mixture of good news and bad for California anglers.” “Klamath River fall run Chinook are likely … Continued

Assemblymember Frazier Says Metropolitan Water District’s ‘Dishonesty’ Threatens to Destroy Delta

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Governor Jerry Brown described the vote by the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) of Southern California Board of Directors on April 10 to support the Delta Tunnels as “a historic decision that is good for California – our people, our farms and our … Continued