CSPA Weekly Newsletter, January 2, 2009 -- www.calsport.org
Happy New Year from CSPA!
Don't forget to buy your 2009 fishing license. It's the LAW!
CSPA, working for cleaner water and more of it!
December 31-CSPA protests Permit Renewal for Maxwell Wastewater Treatment Plant
December 31-CSPA protests Permit Renewal for Mount Shasta Fish Hatchery waste water treatment
December 30-CSPA files comments on City of Woodlands request for renewal Of Waste Discharge Requirements for their Water Pollution Control Facility
December 30-CSPA and Butte Environmental Council object to proposed water transfer
Salmon, Salmon and more Salmon...
December 30-Oregon scientists report ocean conditions improving for juvenile Chinook salmon
December 30-CALFED Science Panel will hold public review of draft bi-op for Chinook salmon, Steelhead and Green Sturgeon
December 30-Feather River and Nimbus Hatcheries Meet Salmon Egg Take Goals, Mokelumne Hatchery to receive surplus eggs
December 27-Salmonid Restoration Conference to be held in Santa Cruz in March, Reserve your place now!
CSPA will have a booth at the San Mateo ISE Show
Come meet the CSPA staff. We'll have hats and shirts for new members.
In other news...
January 2-Federation of Fly Fishers proposes nation wide refuge system for native fish
January 1-Giant gates mulled for Delta, to the chagrin of some
January 1-River enthusiast launches group to put face on waterway
December 31-Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Release Draft Central Valley PIA CPAR Report for Public Review and Comment
December 29-Alameda Watershed Habitat Conservation Plan Meeting January 13
December 27-My View: Science, not politics, will save Delta
Please forward this summary to any friends who care about the state of our waterways and fisheries and donít know about CSPA. They can follow the latest news on Californiaís water and fishery issues at our website, http://www.calsport.org.
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Thanks for your continuing support!
The CSPA Board of Directors
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