Latest News Items
Wed, Jun 27, 2018: Mokelumne becomes California's 12th state Wild and Scenic RiverThirty-seven miles of the North Fork and main stem of the Mokelumne River running through Amador and Calaveras counties became California’s 12th California Wild and Scenic River on June 27, 2018, when Governor Edmund G. Brown signed SB 854. The legislation was passed by the State Assembly and Senate on Thursday, June 14. The designation bars new dams on the five designated reaches.
Fri, Mar 30, 2018: Amador General Plan AgreementFoothill Conservancy and Amador County reach agreement in general plan dispute
The County of Amador and the Foothill Conservancy took a significant step to advance protection of the scenic beauty, community character, agricultural lands and wildlife local residents cherish. The parties have approved a settlement agreement to resolve the Conservancy’s November 2016 lawsuit challenging the County's approval of its new general plan.
Sat, Feb 24, 2018: "Finally, Protection for the Moke"The new state study that recommends including 37 miles of the Mokelumne River in the California Wild and Scenic Rivers System is the subject of a feature story in the East Bay Monthly.
Sat, Sep 15, 2018: 2018 Mokelumne River CleanupJoin us September 15 for the annual Mokelumne River Cleanup! Whether you have volunteered for the Mokelumne River cleanup before, or are coming for the first time, your efforts will help improve the water quality of our beloved Moke.
Thu, Oct 25, 2018: Mokelumne-Amador-Calaveras (MAC) regional water management plan updateResidents and individuals interested in water resource planning in Amador, Calaveras, and western Alpine Counties are invited to attend a October 25 community workshop to learn about ongoing efforts to update the MAC Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (MAC Plan), originally adopted in 2006 and updated in 2015.