7th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City, Jan. 9-11

Make sure you're in Nevada City on January 9-11, 2009 for the 7th annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival, the largest festival of its

Producer's Journal: Salmon are back again in the Yuba River, but how many will return?

I spent a few hours in a raft yesterday with a smile on my face, put there by a fish. It was a big smile

The River: Hiking Trails and History of the South Fork of the Yuba River: Oct. 5

The river brought the pioneers to this green valley. Hardships and hopes were equally doled out by the "the tricky Yuba," as W.T. Ellis would

Local Volunteers Sought to Pitch in at Cosumnes River Preserve

Volunteers at the Bureau of Land Management's Cosumnes River Preserve will plant oak trees, repair and refurbish the preserve's farm center, and perform other general

Signing Ceremony for Truckee River Operating Agreement

Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne joined U.S. Senator and Majority Leader Harry Reid; Chairman Mervin Wright, Jr. of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe of

Planning for Water-Wise Development in the Sierra

Poorly planned development has become a chief threat to the waters of the Sierra Nevada. But what is good growth, from a watershed perspective? Planning

Op Ed: State's Water System at Breaking Point

Community Voices from The Bakersfield Californian | Sunday, Jul 13 2008 California and Kern County is a brilliantly designed painting. From the farmlands in the

Schwarzenegger makes it official: California is in a drought

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger declared Wednesday that California is in a drought, a move that included no immediate conservation orders but may lead to more aggressive

Giant Steps Towards Smaller Footprints

The North Tahoe Truckee Earth Day (TTED) celebration will be held again this year at the Village at Squaw Valley on Saturday, April 26th.  TTED drew

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