Sunday, February 17, 2013

SARSAS General Meeting, Monday, Feb. 25, 2013, at 10 am in Auburn with Video of Salmon Returned to Auburn Ravine

SARSAS Meeting Agenda General
MONDAY, February 25, 2013
175 Fulweiler Avenue (the Domes), Auburn, CA 95603 
Contact: Jack Sanchez at 530-888-0281
Meetings are Fourth Monday of each month at 10-11 a.m.

I.      Self- introductions and sign-ins.   

II.    SARSAS Philosophy – We believe by working together with many individuals and agencies at the same table, we can achieve the mission of SARSAS, which is to return salmon and  steelhead to the entire 33 mile length of the Auburn Ravine
III. Featured Speakers:  SARSAS Board Member and Photographer/ Owner of Gold Country Media, Steve Hubbard, “See the Salmon Returning to Auburn Ravine” – beautiful pictures/film with live narration

IV. Gary Mapa, Vice President of SARSAS, “For the Good of the Order”

Scheduled speakers:

March 25, 2013, Placer County Sheriff Edward N. Bonner, “Fishing Stories of a Boy Growing Up in Loomis”

April 22, 2013, SARSAS Photographer Steve Hubbard and Owner of Gold Country Images, “History of Hydroelectricity/Powerhouses in Our Area”

May 28, TUESDAY, 2013, Rocko Brown, ESA PWA, “Restoring Salmon Ecosystems”

June 24. 2013, Jack Sales, International Dark-Sky Association, “Salmon and Light Pollution”

July 22, 2013, Julie Leimbach, Coordinator of Foothill Water Network, “Mission and Activities of FWN”

August 26, 2013, Beaver Specialist Mary Tappel, “Beaver Management in the Age of Salmonid Restoration with Focus on Beavers in Auburn Ravine"

September 23, 2013, Randy Hansen, SARSAS Fish Friendly Farming Coordinator, “Fish Friendly Farming Update”

October 28, 2013, Einar Maisch, PCWA Director of Strategic Affairs, “Middle Fork Authority Update”

November 25, 2013, Placer County Supervisor Jim Holmes, “Placer County Water and the Auburn Ravine”

December 23, 2013, Richard Rivas, Natural Resources Conservation Services, Wildlife Biologist, “Declining Species Act”


Shundahai39 said...

This meeting is a great chance to actually see the salmon swimming in Auburn Ravine and trying to negotiate the next barrier, the Hemphill Dam. Hope you can attend.

Shundahai39 said...

This is a great meeting to attend to actually see the salmon swimming in the Auburn Ravine and trying to negotiate the Nevada Irrigation District's Hemphill Dam, the next barrier in need of retrofitting to get salmon to Auburn.