We heard you loud and clear. You want protection for Yuba River Salmon. So do we. At Wild & Scenic Film Festival, we collected 2,411 signatures urging Governor Gavin Newsom to make Yuba River salmon a priority. Thanks to you, we exceeded our goal by more than 400. Details
Wild salmon can be saved from extinction and the Yuba is the best opportunity for restoration. SYRCL is poised to spearhead this effort, but we need your help. All contributions made to our Yuba Salmon Now campaign will be matched, making your gift go twice as far. Details
On December 6th, SYRCL and Friends of the River filed a Remedy Brief and Proposed Order in advance of the February 22, 2011 hearing before the US District Court in support of Yuba Salmon. View the order in PDF Format Filed Version of Proposed Order Filed Version of Plaintiffs’ Final Remedy Brief
URGENT: Stand up for the Yuba’s wild salmon and the reintroduction into the upper Yuba above Engelbright Dam. This Summit in Half Moon Bay provides us a way to speak up for Yuba salmon! Please reply to this post if you will attend . Special interests threaten salmon fisheries Jackie Speier Thursday, December 2, 2010 read more >>
COALITION REVEALS IMMENSE PUBLIC OPPOSITION TO TRANSGENIC FISH, DEMANDS MANDATORY LABELING
As Comment Period on Approval and Labeling Winds Down More than 360,000 Send Comments to FDA Demanding Action on GE Fish
Washington, DC November 18, 2010 – A coalition of consumer, environmental and animal welfare groups, along with commercial and recreational fisheries associations and food retailers, grocers and chefs held a joint press conference today demanding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) deny approval of the long-shelved AquaBounty transgenic salmon and require mandatory labeling of the fish if approved despite intense opposition. If approved the transgenic salmon would be the first genetically engineered (GE) animal intended for human consumption.
By Matt Weiser firstname.lastname@example.org Published: Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010 – 12:00 am | Page 1A Salmon are returning to Central Valley rivers and streams in impressive numbers this fall, restoring hope that years of shortages and fishing closures are over. It’s a dramatic turnaround from last year, when the Central Valley fall chinook salmon run read more >>