TU's Rene Henery (L) with TU California Council chairman-elect John Sikora, at the 2013 Fresno SalmonFest.
By Sam Davidson
Recently, TU's California Science Director, Rene Henery, scribed a strong editorial in the Fresno Bee on our work to restore the San Joaquin River in California's Central Valley and its legendary spring run of Chinook salmon.
Rene points out that Nature's regenerative powers provide a powerful "cost-share" for the San Joaquin River Restoration Program, which aims to bring back the state's second longest river and its anadromous fisheries as well as provide more certainty in water supply for farmers and communities in the region.
Rene's piece tiers to a cool event -- the first annual Fresno SalmonFest on November 9 -- organized by TU's San Joaquin Valley Outreach Coordinator Steve Thao.
Here's a link to Rene's editorial: http://www.fresnobee.com/2013/11/26/3634094/rene-henery-a-living-san-joaquin.html