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PG&E Sued for Endangered Species Violations

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Pacific Gas & Electric has been notified they’re being sued by a myriad of conservation groups, over concerns that PG&E has violated the Endangered Species Act with its Potter Valley Project on the Eel River in California.

Cal Trout is one of the groups leading the lawsuit, which has yet to be filed, and claims that PG&E has been “negligent in their caretaking of the resources they were put in charge of” according to this article from The Mendocino Voice. 

You can read the full story here.

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Yellowstone’s Volunteer Fly Fishing Program

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altJosh Bergan put together this wonderful overview of the Yellowstone Volunteer Fly Fishing Program that’s slated to resume in 2023. If you’ve ever wanted the chance to fish some of Yellowstone’s most storied waters, this volunteer opportunity might be for you. Volunteers assist in gathering necessary data to help inform fisheries managers of the goings-on within the park’s many rivers and streams.

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Public Comment Period for Madison River

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The Madison River Work Group is seeking public comments about proposal for new commercial use and recreation management policies on the Madison River in Montana. As the river has become increasingly crowded, Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks has created a 12-person work group to address the issues surrounding the Madison.

You can learn more about the specific recommendations, and leave your own comments, here.

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Klamath River Dams Approved for Removal

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altAccording to Sonia Waraich of the Times-Standard in Eureka, California, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced its recommendation to approve the Klamath River Renewal Corporation’s proposal to remove the J.C. Boyle, Copco No. 1, Copco No.2, and Iron Gate dams off the Klamath River.

Removing these dams on the Klamath River could begin early next year, and bodes well for conservation in the area.

You can read more about the decision to remove the dams here.

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