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Prayer Service for David Josiah Lawson, Slain Humboldt State University Student
Humboldt State University...
Event Date: Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:00PM
Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:12PM
Commission closes recreational fishing for salmon on Klamath, Trinity rivers this fall
The California Fish and Game Commission today unanimously voted to close sport fishing for Chinook salmon on the Klamath and Trinity rivers this fall and adopted the ocean fishing salmon fishing regulations for the California coast approved by the federal Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC) on April 11....
Posted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 8:50PM
Sacramento Rally & Senate Health Cmte Hearing-SB 562's 1st Vote!
Sacramento Convention Center Complex, 1400 J St, Sacramento, California 95814...
Event Date: Wed Apr 26, 2017 11:00AM
Posted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 1:28PM
The Klamath's Salmon Disaster: Why it happened and what's needed now
Reports on the current Klamath Salmon Disaster, including recent reports on Indy Media, fail to identify the real reason tribal subsistence and other Klamath fishers will not be allowed to take salmon from the Klamath River and the nearby ocean this year. Here I explain the real reason and why tribal and fishing leaders don't want to acknowledge the roll they played in creating the disaster. I end by listing lessons which I believe should be taken from what has transpired and the role indepen...
Posted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 11:46AM
Record low Klamath salmon run spurs Tribal, commercial and sport fishery closures
For the Yurok Tribe, who have fished the Klamath for thousands of years, the looming closure will also be an “unprecedented disaster,” according to Amy Cordalis, the Tribe’s General Counsel, a Yurok Tribe member and fisherwoman. Her family lives and fishes in Requa at the mouth of the Klamath River. ““This is the worst year in history for Klamath salmon,” said Cordalis. “There is no mystery as to why. The effects of an unprecedented drought were exacerbated by dams and diversions. This ye...
Posted: Sat Apr 8, 2017 4:20PM
Declaration From Tribes and Activists to Mendocino Redwood Co: Stop Herbicide Use!
Activist representatives from the Action Council for Oaks and Redwood Nation, Tribes, Organizations and Individuals engaged in the second leg of a "Walk to Heal the Forest," carrying a log to to raise awareness of the vital role of the Pacific rainforests in moderating climate change and to reconnect the fragments to restore the once contiguous forest buffer. Even fragmented, Pacific rainforests sequester more carbon than any other forests on earth....
Posted: Mon Apr 3, 2017 4:12PM
Court Overturns Government Refusal to Protect Rare Coastal Marten
Mink-like Marten Threatened by Logging, Pesticides, Climate Change...
Posted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 1:07PM
Cesar Chavez March - Santa Rosa
Roseland Village Shopping Center, 777 Sebastopol Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95407...
Event Date: Sun Apr 2, 2017 10:00AM
Posted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 9:06AM
Karuk Tribe, Forest Service and EcoAdapt Meet to Explore Climate Change Adaptation
The US Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest office, in partnership with the non-profit organization EcoAdapt and the Bureau of Land Management (California), met with the Karuk Tribe’s Department of Natural Resources on January 17th to receive input on their Northwestern California Climate Adaptation Project. The project intends to assess the climate change vulnerability of resources and habitats within the Klamath, Six Rivers, Mendocino, Shasta-Trinity National Forests, and BLM lands (Arcata, R...
Posted: Tue Feb 7, 2017 8:40PM
Public Higher Education: Free Tuition for California Students to the UC, CSU and Community College Systems Is Possible Today
January 24, 2017 - A tuition-free college education in California is possible. A new policy paper released today (see PDF) demonstrates that it is entirely possible today to provide the same accessible, low-cost university experience that California successfully offered its students from the 1960s through the 1990s....
Posted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 5:18PM
As Commercial Crab Season Opens, Fishermen Urged to Implement Gear Modifications to Prevent Whale Entanglements
OAKLAND, Calif., November 14, 2016 — As the commercial Dungeness crab season opens in California Nov. 15, the Center for Biological Diversity is urging fishermen to comply with recommended gear modifications to help reduce the risk of whale entanglements. The season’s opening days put whales at high risk because more available crab means fishermen are on the water as many days as possible....
Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:23PM
Removal of Klamath Dams Would Be Largest River Restoration in U.S. History
Four hydroelectric dams may soon be demolished along the Klamath, near the California-Oregon border. Hundreds of miles of the Klamath would run free to the Pacific Ocean — opening up the largest river restoration in U.S. history....
Posted: Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:55AM
Inspector General says Reclamation wasted $32.2 million on Klamath irrigators
“Basically, the Bureau of Reclamation became an illicit ATM for favored special interests,” stated PEER Senior Counsel Paula Dinerstein. “To add injury to insult, these improper subsidies were used to aggravate environmental damage by draining shrinking groundwater supplies to benefit irrigators.” Photo of Iron Gate Dam on the Klamath River by Dan Bacher....
Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 3:50PM
Post-release Support Fund for Jose H. Villarreal
https://www.youcaring.com/jose-h-villarreal-663200 Jose H. Villarreal will be released from prison on December 19th 2016 after serving a sixteen year sentence! Help us raise money that will go towards his post-release adjustment process!...
Posted: Wed Oct 5, 2016 10:21PM
Karuk Tribe Stands in Support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation
"The Karuk Tribe Stands in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in your fight to protect your homelands from the Dakota Access Pipeline. Further, we commend your nation's vigorous advocacy for your ancestral lands which demonstrates that a sovereign's defense of their people, culture, and land cannot be artificiallt restrained." -- Russell "Buster" Atterbery, Chairman...
Posted: Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:03AM
Klamath Tribes Support Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in Their Opposition of the Dakota Access Pipeline
Klamath Tribes Support Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in Their Opposition of the Dakota Access Pipeline...
Posted: Sun Sep 4, 2016 5:43PM
Yurok Tribe stands in strong support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation
The Yurok Tribe stands in strong support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline....
Posted: Sun Sep 4, 2016 5:32PM
Yurok Tribe finds deadly disease in Klamath River salmon
“We take this threat to our fish very seriously, and we’re looking at every option to protect our fish. We don’t want to go through another catastrophe like the fish kill in 2002, and we will do anything we can to avoid that outcome this year,” said Thomas P. O’Rourke, Chairman of the Yurok Tribe....
Posted: Mon Aug 22, 2016 2:19PM
Youth Protest Klamath River Water Pollution
“As a Yurok Tribal member, I am deeply affected by what happens on the Klamath River,” said Stoney McCoy, a 16 year-old Yurok Tribal Youth Council member. “ What I saw today coming out of the Klamath Strait Drain made me sick to my stomach, I will fight for as long as it takes to clean up the Klamath...
Posted: Fri Jul 22, 2016 10:29AM
Nonviolent Protest at Mendocino Redwoods Company Mill in Ukiah
9 am: Rally at Mendocino County Board of Supervisors’ Chambers on Low Gap Rd. in Ukiah 11 am: Demonstration at the Ukiah mill operation of Mendocino Redwood Co. (MRC)...
Event Date: Tue Jul 19, 2016 9:00AM
Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2016 5:36PM