Drought is killing salmon!
GGSA asked the US Fish and Wildlife Service to move the release site of hatchery salmon to save them from drought Read more..
USFWS refused and dumped even more juvenile salmon into hostile drought conditions Read more..
Water releases on the upper Sacramento River have been cut back drastically by federal water managers since Nov.1 leaving many salmon nests, called redds, high and dry. This kills the incubating salmon eggs.
The small gravel islands marked by clean gravel are salmon redds. These redds were built by fall run salmon that spawned in October and into November. This marks a huge loss of baby salmon that would have contributed to the 2016 season.
Fourth Annual Sonoma County Dinner
Friday, April 4, 2014
Friedman Event Center
Santa Rosa, CA
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Individual Seats – $75
Table Sponsor – $800