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6A Wednesday, Jan, 24, 2001 Environmental News ,Jan. Bay Coetes Service toissue permits; He sug.ge_s!- deter nine if we have the experience for a second weather station In Indl Valle , . nagmg L0~Ior ea mat when the permit is recezvecL [o uo me WOrK ' -o ener sal- ...... . ' '- y "s plagued _ Whale it surprised the state's De- the DWR should send a letter thank- Bogener said the D WR has been s,_V _auey, ann is working on placing problems which includ partment of Water Resources (DWR) ing the Forest Service foZ its working with the CRM since 19 tream gauge in tndianCreek, sedimentation; damage i that the Forest Service takes 18 "prorhpt" attention " and lauded it for being one of th-86' .. The DWR.... monitors fish" popula- wetland and aquatic months to issue a special use permit, But, Super usor Bill Denmson said most active organ .atlons in its field,v [ions, wu ue, groundwater data and ter quality. The project " "" " " " ' .... water quality in several creeks tIze lans to i t th 01 it did not surprise the Plumas Court- he feared that the Forest Service In the last 18 months the DWR h ..... " p mtiga e ty Board of Supervisors. would interpret such a letter as an attended 50 meetin s' ertai " " smart part of DWR's work in- To help in this endear During the board's Jan. 16 meet- actual compliment, the upper Feather iveP waten nl e Sa ggmg the Information into a will perform hydrauliVcl ing, DWR representatives Andy Cor-Aside from that project delay Cor- The "organization has provided en-'" ^ "- the project alternatives| ' . . orry aiscussed next year's work the data. ry and Dave Bogener discussed their ry and Bogener listed many complet- neerlng assistance on the Ward for DWR which includes on om For Hosselk e work in the upper Feather River wa- ed projects, as well as discussing reeK Meaaow restoration arose,., ...... g ' g us Cree tershed. Corry said he was frustrated those that are planned. Wolf Creek phase four stream eeFmf eW hveg:UaPt:rCnnected to provide topographic that one of his projects was a year be- The DWR takes on projects recom- restoration project, and Clark's DWR ....... shed. mapping. It's hoped thatk ,, hind schedule because of a delay inmended by the Coordinated Re- Creek stream and meadow restora- sis" pzans [o as- tion will help revegetate tance for the Indian Valley ro zone and return the st receiving a special use permit to in- sources Management group (CRM),tion project. "ec ...... P " ....... J [, riosselKUS ureek, Stone Daw historic flood lain stall a gauge, the Quincy Library Group and the To couec[ nyaroiogic aata, DWR ........... " y " " P ' | Supervisor B.J. Pearson asked board of supervisors installed a weather station at Do 1 s an(] hast L;nance Creek. Topographic surve why it took so long for the Forest"We compile a wish list and then Crossing. DWR is seeking a locatYoe .... The Indian Valley proj.ect is a wa- planned for Stone Dair "i t rsne(l management plan. IndianLast Chance Creek. ] SPI hor Ol S fore as IS1 m ilio, upgra l e for By Debra Coate4 i t ,l l i l i _ _m J Mann in "" by a s te grant, but an exten in the audmnce. archa 4( glCal ,l:e tara / ::::::::::::::::::::::::: n"Thee:::eYr: The California State Board low SPI to reach its forestry flumes and ditch systems SPI J ake Davis water tr^Of-the- the help of the Plumas County said, "but thirel I b ctives " " facilit w" ==unea[ ommunity Development therearea lot off_l of Forestry and Fire Protec- o je " . , is required by state reg, ula- J Plum Cill c0st--$7$'" The Commission in completing Supervisor B. tion and the California De-"One of Ted s specialties is tion to complete arcnaeo!ogl- | --rvisors aunty Board of Su- the documents. The agency said he was awareds partment of Forestry (CDF) a knack for historical map- cal. resource iaentlficauon | 75,000 fropprve [- .king the will be paid $5,000 for the ter system could has awarded Sierra Pacific ping, said award presenterand protection on lana as part [ ..... m [ne Lake Davis work. "To my under Industins" (SPI) forester Ted Daniel G. Foster, senior state of its timber harvest plans. "]for emementth "lYust.. Fund to .................. uennlson system-we nave" 1 iN Jwa aer with its Go!den Trowel archaeologist with the CDF. "Ted has always been a ma- D,, ex,p hnakit e; _ . wanted some assurance thatdangerous," he s n n rec,,g 2mnLu "As a result of Ted's efforts Jor asset to SPI's habitat | Jan"16m ' .m a s,'l aesaay, the City of Portola would re. are better systems logical data base." a.m. to receive the award in James for his diligence in 1o: caring archaeological and his- toric sites on SPI land, skill in site documentation, and abili- ty to protect sites and still al- I Archaeological sites in Cal- Sacramento at 8 a.m., James ifornia are public-trust re- said, "You know you have a sources and are mandated for meaningful award when you protection. Sites include Na- can get a forester to drive to live American Indian vii- the city; wear something oth- lages, historic-era sites such er than boots and blue jeans; as old homesteads, wagon speak in a public forum; and roads, old-logging camps, pay to park his pick-up." I-mail : River College (g20} 2 2-0202, ! Plm'nas and Sierra counties' Department of Agriculture is hosting a seminar on March I4 and 15, in Quincy, at the fair- grounds. This two-day seminar will focus on many integrated pest management (IPM) issues that face the agricultural produc- ers of our area, as well as the ...... safe and correct use of pesti. @ides. Pesticide continuing ed- ucation credits may be earned at this seminar. Topics to be covered are: Plants poisonous to livestock Identification of special sta. tus plants External parasites of live- stock and foothill abortion USDA Wildlife Services Pro- gram Musk Rat control, Sierra Val Icy Project Rangeland management: for- age production and livestock nutrition Intermountain alfalfa produc tion .CaIEPA pesticide regulation overview Pesticide advisers in jeop- ardy! For more information about the seminar, please contact Suzanne Ebright at the Plumas-Sierra Counties De partment of Agriculture calling 28,3-6365. 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