Water Issues


  http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/12/10/1609636/-Congress-Approves-Water-Bill-With-Feinstein-s-Environmentally-Destructive-Rider   Congress Approves Water Bill With Feinstein’s Environmentally Destructive Rider   by Dan Bacher   The U.S. Senate on December 9 voted 78 to 21 to pass a bill approving water projects across the country, including an alarming rider amounting to a water grab for corporate agribusiness interests in California. The Water Resources Development […]

Congress Approves Water Bill With Feinstein’s Environmentally Destructive Rider 12/13/2016



Reclamation to Release Additional Water from Trinity Reservoir 8/24/2016 The Bureau of Reclamation will release additional water from Trinity Reservoir for the lower Klamath River to help protect returning adult fall run Chinook salmon from a disease outbreak and mortality. Supplemental flows from Lewiston Dam will commence on August 25 […]

Reclamation to Release Additional Water from Trinity Reservoir 8/24/2016




Reclamation to Release Additional Water from Trinity Reservoir to Supplement Flows in the Lower Klamath River REDDING, Calif. – The Bureau of Reclamation will provide a one-day pulse flow from Lewiston Dam to help protect returning adult fall-run Chinook salmon in the lower Klamath River as identified in the Final […]

Trinity and Klamath River Increase Flow Schedule 9/10/2015




Mid-Pacific Region Sacramento, Calif. MP-15-054 Media Contact: Erin Curtis, 916-978-5100, eccurtis@usbr.gov For Release On: April 21, 2015 Reclamation Announces Final Schedule for Release into Trinity River as Part of Restoration Program REDDING, Calif. – The Bureau of Reclamation announced today that releases from Lewiston Dam into the Trinity River for […]

Trinity River Flow Release Schedule 4/22/2015



CDFW Releases a Snapshot of Stories and Accomplishments of 2014 Multiple wildlife encounters, bears in Bakersfield, fish rescues, elk captures, marijuana eradication, newly established sheep herds, a centennial celebration and the drought were among the many issues that engaged staff at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) in […]

CDFW Releases 2014 Accomplishments 1/30/2015



Multi-agency Cannabis Pilot Project Finishes Successful Three-Day Inspection of Marijuana Grows in Eel River Watershed An innovative multi-agency partnership involving state and local agencies today finished inspections of 14 private properties with active marijuana grow operations along Sproul Creek within the Eel River watershed. The three-day effort, which began Jan. […]

Eel River Watershed Cannabis/ Marijuana Inspection 1/28/2015