The CSPA Weekly Email Newsletter                            June 26, 2009

Secretary Salazar goes to Fresno for a town meeting and the fallout from Nunes' amendment continues...

June 26-Secretary Salazar to Speak at Town Meeting on Drought in Fresno by Dan Bacher

June 24-Congressmen Costa and Cardoza lure Secretary Salazar to Fresno over disaster claims

June 24-Valley Unemployment problem because of a "minnow"? The facts tell otherwise! by Dr. C. Mark Rockwell, D.C.

June 23-Drought disaster declaration may be a tough sell from the Fresno Bee

June 23-Schwarzenegger wants even more water for desert agribusiness, ignores out of work commercial fishing families

June 22-The truth about California's water, fisheries, the delta and desert farming: We have to do a better job spreading the word...

June 22-Alameda Creek Alliance calls for letter campaign to Congressman McNerney regarding his "Aye" vote on the Nunes Amendment

June 21-Congress Narrowly Defeats Nunes Salmon Extinction Amendment

June 19-Hold your Congressman responsible: How the California delegation voted on the Nunes amendment to HR 2847

   The governor and his cronies are planning an around end run with legislation to build the canal and more dams... CSPA may need your help in blocking this questionable maneuver ...

June 26-Delta Water Bills Threaten and our Fisheries: Another call for support at the Capital


June 24-The governor reinvents the shell game, if we lose it will cost us billions

CSPA  holds State Water Board's feet to the fire for lack of integrity in hearings...

June 24-Can the State Water Board Comply with the Law? Evidentiary hearing begins Thursday, 25 June 2009


In other CSPA News: The Bay/Delta Stamp -Spend it or lose it!, Funding for Dr. Ostrach's Maternal Transfer study, dealing with FERC on the Tuolumne...
June 25-Bay-Delta Stamp Legislation Stalls in State Senate


June 22-CSPA supported Ostrach Striped Bass Maternal Transfer Study still seeking funding

June 21-
Tuolumne River Fisheries Fade While FERC Slumbers

More News... 

Today's News


In the last week

June 25-Trophy fish released into Caples Lake from El Dorado Irrigation District

June 24-El Nino could signal drought's end; But scientists, water officials caution against getting hopes up from the North Country Times

June 24-California Proposes Logging Rules That Would Exterminate Coho Salmon: Inadequate Regulations Proposed in Critical Watersheds as Coho Salmon Spiral Toward Extinction from the Center for Biological Diversity

June 24-Return of blue-green algae nothing new at Clear Lake from the Ukiah Daily Journal

June 23-Our View: Lawmakers block water reform: Constituents' growing anger making it harder for politicians to hide from the Merced Sun-Star
June 23-Call Representative Costa to Support HR 2454 from the Environmental Defense Fund

June 23-Judge refuses to limit fine for bay oil spill from the San Francisco Chronicle

June 22-Human-bear conflicts eased by wet weather in the Sierras from the Tahoe Daily Tribune

June 22-Help Keep Strong Protections for California Salmon from the Center for Biological Diversity

June 22-Huge hurdles ahead for effort to restore fisheries above Folsom, Shasta dams from the Sacramento Bee


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