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Cathie Walker, co-owner with her siblings of 3RW DBA Riddle Farms kneels in a newly-planted orchard of Brooks cherries. “Yes, it will be hard this summer,”said Walker, who farms 600 acres of citrus in Tulare County. Growers hope for storms in the next six weeks, for nature to help them live with the river settlement.
Sept. 30 is the benchmark for measuring water as Oct. 1 is the beginning of the new water year.
Since that time, the water storage at Shasta Dam has been high and is at 71 percent full, she said.
However, the rainfall has been low.
Redding, which normally has an average of 22 inches between Oct. 1 and Jan. 31 only received 6.6 inches for that same period this water year.
Low rainfall, combined with a reduction of water released, has left some of the salmon nests high and dry.
Redds are the nests in the gravel where salmon eggs sit under gravel between January and April. With a reduction in water released of 3,000- 7,000 cubic feet per second, there are some nests that have been left out of the water.
Water right now is very important to redds, Parker-Hamelberg said.
The frys are very fragile.
The frys, the first stages of salmon, need to stay in and be surrounded by water for a certain amount of time.
Not all eggs were laid on the same day, so how long the redds need to be covered varies, she said.
Since the rain was projected to be late in arriving, plans should have been made to take the salmon redds into consideration.
The flows of the Sacramento River were high in October and November when chinook salmon, who are in the peak of spawning season in October, were laying their eggs.
That isn’t the case now.
About 10-20 percent of the chinook redds are out of the water, Parker- Hamelberg said.
We’re especially concerned because not many came back and spawned in 2011, Parker-Hamelberg said. We are very concerned, but we know that the salmon population has fluctuations.
Frys emerge between February and June, when the flow is strong enough go downstream.
They basically go where the water takes them, Parker-Hamelberg.
Background on the Central Valley Project, which took place 1973- 1991, and the Central Valley Project Improvement Act of 1992 was given.
The purpose of the project was to balance the needs of fish and people and focused on flood control first, irrigation second and hydropower tied for third with fish and wildlife needs.
In 1992, that priority list shifted to place fish and wildlife equal to irrigation.
Through the Central Valley Project, the Anadromous Fish Restoration Program began to work with watershed groups to restore central valley streams.
The goal, which was not met, was to double the number of natural production for anadromous, or fresh-water born, fish by 2002, she said.
The Anadromous Fish Restoration Program 2001 plan was to work toward preventing fish from accessing false habitat, like near Battle Creek where a fish screen was put up to block their entry into the PG&E Coleman powerhouse.
The goal is to keep the young fish in the water and help them safely make their way down river to the bays and eventually the ocean, she said.
In 2012, the Anadromous Fish Restoration Program began year one of its redd dewatering project, focusing on keeping the redds water during the critical stage of development for the fish.
For more information on the Central Valley Project, visit www.usbr.gov/mp/cvo.
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Scott, Shasta, & Upper Mid-Klamath
Date: Feb. 28
Time: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Location: Holiday Inn Express
707 Montague Rd
Yreka, CA 96097
Tulelake and Butte Valley
Date: Feb. 29
Time: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
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800 S Main St
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“Rick has demonstrated he can stand up against the overzealous regulators and create an environment that will help our local businesses thrive,” commented Bob Manly, owner of Black Bear Diners. “While Sacramento tries to tax its way out of debt, we need Rick to ensure the state’s financial woes aren’t pushed on our businesses in taxes and fees—restricting our growth and our ability to create more jobs.”
In Shasta County, John Wood is President of J.W. Wood Co. and has locations in Redding, Chico, Susanville and Yuba City and is on of the premier plumbing, irrigation and HVAC suppliers in the North State. Randy Denham is owner of S.J Denham a family owned auto dealership that has been doing business in Redding since 1930 with locations in Redding and Mount Shasta. Lyle Tullis is owner of Tullis Inc. and is one of the most successful general engineering contractors in the North State. Specializing in grading and paving contracts, Tullis Inc. oversees many of the major road and highway projects in the area.
In Siskiyou County, Bob Manley is co-owner of Black Bear Diners, and along with his partner Bruce Dean, started with one Black Bear Diner in Mt. Shasta CA and now has over 50 locations in eight states. He understands what it requires to grow a business and create jobs. Frank Dal Gallo has been involved in many aspects of the lumber industry for over 50 years.
In Lassen County, Mike Young is Owner of Young’s Market in Westwood California. As owner of Young’s Market, a family business since 1957, Mike understands the issues faced by business owners in the rural areas of California.
In Plumas County, Bill Elliott is the Former CEO of Plumas Bank and a well-known and respected leader in the banking and business community, both in Plumas County and throughout Northern California.
For more information regarding Bosetti’s campaign and his endorsements for Assembly, visit www.RickBosetti.com.