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Wed, Jan 31, 2018: State study recommends Wild and Scenic designation for Mokelumne RiverConservation, fish and recreation groups applaud draft Mokelumne River Wild and Scenic Study Report
Local, statewide and national conservation, fish and recreation organizations are applauding the release of the California Natural Resources Agency’s draft Mokelumne River Wild and Scenic Study Report, which recommends adding 37 miles of the Mokelumne River to the California Wild and Scenic River System. The report was mandated by the 2015 passage of Assembly Bill 142 (Bigelow, R-O’Neals).
Wed, Dec 21, 2016: A Solstice remembrance of George Wendt, one of the great river defenders of our timeAs 2016 draws to a close, many of us find ourselves looking back at the year and contemplating the year to come. The days are short, the nights long, and as the winter solstice draws near, we look for the light to return to our planet and our lives. It’s a season of reflection, love, giving, remembrance and hope.
Fri, Jul 08, 2016: Foothill Conservancy board discusses small-diameter pipeline projectAt its quarterly board meeting July 5, the Foothill Conservancy board of directors discussed the current controversy over the Amador Water Agency proposal to place a small-diameter pipeline in the Amador Canal.
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Sat, Mar 03, 2018 - Mon, Apr 30, 2018: PT Ranch Speaker Series: From Soil to Butcher 2018Join PT Ranch as they invite farmers, butchers and consultants to share their experiences with sustainable and regenerative agriculture in a speaker series hosted in Ione, California. The series brings together leading professionals who are committed to growing environmentally integrated businesses that improve soil health and provide the highest quality meats. Reintroduce yourself to dirt and learn how soil is the foundation of healthy food system and successful agriculture business.