Groups Expose The Big Lie: “There’s No Plan B to Delta Tunnels”

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On June 27, a coalition of conservation, fishing and environmental justice organizations submitted a letter to the Santa Clara Valley Water District exposing the “Big Lie” that there is no Plan B to Governor Jerry Brown’s Delta Tunnels, now renamed … Continued

Karuk Tribe will challenge Klamath River flow plan

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Tribe Files 60 Day Notice Under the Endangered Species Act Happy Camp, CA – Citing a disease infection rate of 90% of sampled juvenile salmon in 2015, today the Karuk Tribe presented the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and the … Continued

Sacramento Judge Tosses Out Delta Plan

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Judge Michael Kenny of the Sacramento Superior Court on June 23 ruled that the Delta Plan is “invalid” after a successful legal challenge by multiple Delta parties who argued that the controversial plan doesn’t protect water quality or the many … Continued

Mother Lode Roundup

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Amador (Ione) The trout plants are over at Lake Amador until the water temperature cools down in October, but the lake management did plant 500 pounds of catfish, ranging from 2 to 5 pounds each, on Tuesday, June 7. “Anglers … Continued

Wild Rainbows Offer Top Sport Until July 16 Salmon Opener

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Temperatures are soaring in the upper reaches of the Sacramento Valley and that means it’s time the hit the Sacramento River for epic wild rainbow action. Both Mike Bogue of Mike Bogue’s Guide Service and Kirk Portocarrero of SacRiverGuide.Com report … Continued