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  • LA Times: A plan to keep rivers flowing for fish triggers another water fight - By Bettina Boxall State regulators want to leave more water for fish and wildlife in the heavily tapped tributaries of the San Joaquin River, setting the stage for another bruising California water fight. The proposal to keep more water flowing in the Merced, Tuolumne and Stanislaus rivers could spread the pain caused by environmentally related...
  • AP: Regulators propose leaving more water for fish in river - Regulators propose leaving more water for fish in river Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press Updated 1:02 pm, Thursday, September 15, 2016 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Regulators on Thursday proposed leaving more water for struggling native fish and pumping less to farms from the overtapped San Joaquin River system, in what could be...
  • Tips, tricks for cooking up delicious North Coast king salmon - Tips, tricks for cooking up delicious North Coast king salmon DIANE PETERSON THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | August 23, 2016 After nearly a month in port, local fishermen are once again heading out to sea in search of the highly prized king salmon. Also known as Chinook, it’s a sleek, silver...
  • AP: California’s native salmon struggling in 5th year of drought - California’s native salmon struggling in 5th year of drought By ELLEN KNICKMEYER In this photo taken Monday, Aug. 29, 2016, Jared Davis hauls in a salmon caught off the coast of… Read more Sep. 4, 2016 10:56 AM EDT STINSON BEACH, Calif. (AP) — The sleek, flapping salmon that fishermen...
  • SALMON SAVED FROM DROUGHT IN 2014 RETURNING HOME - SALMON SAVED FROM DROUGHT IN 2014 RETURNING HOME Salmon saved from drought in 2014 returning home You may have noticed a lot of fishing boats lately off the Golden Gate recently. That’s because there’s a bounty of salmon off the coast. And that did not happen by accident. It’s the...

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State Water Board Staff Recommends More Water for Salmon: GGSA...

For Immediate Release: September 15, 2016 Contact: Michael Coats (707) 935-6203 or michael@coatspr.com   State Water Board Staff Recommends More Water for Salmon: GGSA response   Statement from Golden Gate Salmon A...

Fisheries Council Warns Feinstein Bill Harmful to Salmon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 12, 2016 Media contact: Michael Coats (707) 935-6203 or michael@coatspr.com Fisheries Council Warns Feinstein Bill Harmful to Salmon Demands to “maximize” water diversions come at expense o...

State Decision to Dump Salmon Opposed by Salmon Fishermen

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 25, 2016 Media contact: Michael Coats (707) 935-6203 or michael@coatspr.com State Decision to Dump Salmon Opposed by Salmon FishermenReversal of highly successful trucking program means fewer...

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Initial Analysis of S. 2533 – Senator Feinstein’s Drought Bill

Read GGSA’s Initial Analysis of S. 2533 – Senator Feinstein’s Drought Bill (PDF) This memo summarizes GGSA’s initial analysis of S. 2533, the drought bill introduced by Senator Feinstein. On balance, S. ...

PFMC: House bill bad for salmon

Huffman-Thompson-Drought-LetterPDF Link

Salmon Rebuilding Plan

Salmon Plan Rev 6.11.2016

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