Public Trust and Restoration
Public Trust and Restoration News Item
Water groups send letter to Senator Feinstein, opposing "sweetheart deals" with WWD
By E.J. Schultz - firstname.lastname@example.org
From the San Jose Mercury Times:
The price tag for addressing the declining health of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta while providing a reliable water supply to California cities and farmers keeps getting higher.Officials met Thursday to discuss one of the state's most contentious proposals-piping fresh water around the delta and into the canals that carry it south and into the San Francisco Bay area. The various options are projected to cost between $4 billion and $17 billion.
by Dan Bacher
For the first time in over a decade, the Coleman National Fish Hatchery, operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will truck 1.4 million of its 12.6 million Chinook salmon smolts to be released this spring to San Pablo Bay to assess the effect of the release site on salmon harvest and returns to the hatchery.
Public Trust, Unreasonable Use Complaint Filed With State Board --
- From the November 19, 2001 issue of High Country News by Jim Downing
FRESNO, Calif. - From an unassuming office of the federal Bureau of Reclamation here, Mike Delamore manages a problem that has felled empires since biblical times: salt.