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  • Tied to a collapsed Bay-Delta estuary?

    Tied to a collapsed Bay-Delta estuary?

    2021 has been quite an extraordinary year

  • The Dam Problem for the Bay-Delta Estuary

    The Dam Problem for the Bay-Delta Estuary

    The dams that are built in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River Watershed protect thousands of people and billions of dollar’s worth of agriculture but they are far too old and far too many of them need repair

  • Input on Jefferson County Estuary Restoration Project

    Input on Jefferson County Estuary Restoration Project

    The public is invited to review and comment on a draft supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for a proposed 38-acre restoration project on the Duckabush River estuary in Jefferson County. Comments can be provided online or by mail from Jan. 21 to Feb. 20, 2020.

  • Allied Fishing Groups - SF Bay Delta- An Estuary in CRISIS!!

    Allied Fishing Groups - SF Bay Delta- An Estuary in CRISIS!!

    Part one of a multi- part series with Allied Fishing Groups. I sit down with Dr. Dave Ostrach, PhD, Science Advisor and John Buettler, Conservation Director, and ask the questions about the water wars we all need to know the answers to!!

  • Estuary Restoration Makes Progress in Florida

    Estuary Restoration Makes Progress in Florida

    C-43 Reservoir will store water to help Caloosahatchee River and Estuary during wet and dry periods LaBelle, FL - Bulldozers have been piling up massive mountains of earth and construction crews have been working since last year to build a restoration project crucial to the health of the Caloosahatchee River and Estuary. The C-43 West Basin Reservoir remains on schedule with a steady stream of funding championed by Gov. Rick Scott and Florida House representatives Matt Caldwell, Heather Fitzenhagen, Dane Eagle, Ray Rodrigues, Byron Donalds, Bob Rommel and senators Lizbeth Benacquisto, Kathleen Passidomo and Denise Grimsley.

  • CCA Calls for Actions on South Florida Estuary Disaster

    CCA Calls for Actions on South Florida Estuary Disaster

    CCA Calls for Actions on South Florida Estuary Disaster issues, CCA Florida has also taken several action steps due to the damaging green algae bloom which originally appeared in Lake Okeechobee this year and has since found its way in the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee estuaries. CCA Florida has taken the following actions in the last couple of weeks on behalf of its members: