Late yesterday, July 11, 2023, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled against…
Today, June 15, 2022, on behalf of the Friends of the Shasta River and Environmental Protection Information…
February 24, 2022 – Friends of the Shasta River and partners announce intent to sue feds over Shasta River ‘safe harbor’ agreements
Today, February 24, 2022, on behalf of the Friends of the Shasta River and Environmental Protection
Information Center, the Western Environmental Law Center notified the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) of the groups’ intent to challenge its flawed Shasta River safe harbor program in federal court.
The State of California’s Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) has rejected a request from the Grenada Irrigation District (GID) for $6.3 million in public funds to construct a 3.4-mile-long pipeline.
Short video clip showing the happy results of water in the river.
The State Water Resources Control Board approved unprecedented emergency drought curtailment regulations for both the Shasta and Scott Rivers.
Self-proclaimed “Sustainable” Beef Producer Novy Ranches Served with Notice of Violation.
State Agencies Move Slowly Despite Unprecedented Emergency Situation.
The drought in Northern California, combined with agricultural water use, is shrinking the Shasta River, according to a conservation group in Siskiyou County.
These agencies really do have to step it up because if they don’t, our children and grandchildren simply will not have salmon; said Craig Tucker.
Over the Memorial Day weekend, our science team watched as the Shasta River was very nearly dried up.
EcoNews Report Radio Show interview (audio).
A Safe Harbor Agreement is intended to protect endangered species…but the SHA currently underway on the Shasta River is deeply flawed and is a giveaway of public funds to a handful of landowners in exchange for minimal habitat improvements for the endangered species.