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TU’s California Program releases new film and video channel, plays role in new proposed flow standards, rules to make water data more accessible and useful. Above photo: Bianchi Flowers Farm, Pescadero Creek, California central coast   By Brian J. Johnson As summer turns to fall, we come to the [ READ MORE... ]
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  Today, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) filed two applications with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which together mark a major milestone in the process of removing four hydropower dams through the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement (KHSA). The objective of [ READ MORE... ]
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The Burns' father-daughter team, Bianchi Flowers Farm, Pescadero Creek   By Sam Davidson It’s common knowledge that most of Earth’s surface is covered with water. 71 percent of it, to be precise. In fact, all that water is what makes our planet the exceedingly rare biological gem that it is in the [ READ MORE... ]
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Salmon, steelhead, and resident trout such as this one will benefit from higher flow requirements in the major tributaries to California's San Joaquin River, including the Merced, Tuolumne, and Stanislaus Rivers.   Today the California State Water Resources Control Board released a draft proposal [ READ MORE... ]
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Overview of the Squaw Creek meadow area   Few water bodies in America – heck, anywhere in the world – are more renowned than Lake Tahoe. This gorgeous lake is the centerpiece of a region in California’s Sierra Nevada range that offers an embarrassment of riches for outdoor enthusiasts. Amazing [ READ MORE... ]
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The Soberanes Fire on California’s central coast offers some lessonsfor protecting and restoring steelhead habitat before and during wildfires   By Tim Frahm California’s central coast is world renowned for its rugged, scenic beauty. But relatively few know of the technical steelhead angling found [ READ MORE... ]
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  In 2012, the U.S. Forest Service adopted new rules guiding management planning for the nation’s national forests and grasslands. Three national forests in California—the Sierra, Sequoia, and Inyo—were among a handful of national forest units nationwide to put the new planning rules into effect. [ READ MORE... ]
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Brian Johnson speaks at the signing ceremony for the revised Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement earlier this year.   By Brian Johnson As we passed the summer solstice this year, Trout Unlimited of California took advantage of the long days to record progress on a number of conservation [ READ MORE... ]
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By Sam Sedillo   When reflecting on the steps that a younger generation takes in their paths to finding their passion or interests, you can usually link that path to a profound experience in their life. Sierra Trout Camp, Trout Unlimited of California’s annual youth fly fishing camp, is tailored to [ READ MORE... ]
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Herman Garcia (L) of CHEER and Matt Clifford, California Water Attorney for Trout Unlimited, at an off-stream storage project site along Little Arthur Creek.  By Sam Davidson In 2006, the Pajaro River on California’s central coast came out of obscurity to make national headlines—for the wrong [ READ MORE... ]
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