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Mark West Creek Study, Sonoma County released

  Mark West Creek is one of five priority stream systems selected as part of the 2014 California Water Action Plan effort. The 59 square mile Mark West Creek HUC12 subwatershed, located within Sonoma County, is the second largest subwatershed in the Russian River basin. The creek supports several listed anadromous salmonid species including California […]

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Close to Home: Stop efforts to kill salmon and fishing jobs

“California wants more salmon and salmon fishermen. Not more almonds exported to China by San Joaquin Valley barons.” Close to Home: Stop efforts to kill salmon and fishing jobs JOHN MCMANUS JOHN MCMANUS IS PRESIDENT OF THE GOLDEN GATE SALMON ASSOCIATION. | July 22, 2018, 12:07AM Today, many Northern California commercial fishermen sit in harbors

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Diverted River Sustains California Wine Country, but It’s Killing Salmon

Deja Vu, we’ve been here before: Our aquifers and water resources are collective resources owned by all of us and not just the wine industry.  What if we couldn’t get Eel River water?   “In much of this region, the Russian would go dry in summer and fall without Eel River water. This is particularly true

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