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Environmental News , ,2ool su ~ather RiV~er B,;~Jetin / orla Metcalf Plumas County resi- had thoughts of the Herger-Feinstein ~Y Act of 1998, former isor Bill Coates and r of the Quincy Library IQLG) encouraged them again. ' idea is bigger than Dy of us worked on it," told members of the County Board of Su- rs April 3, following a D.C. "It's i you can't kill, because and several members met with legislators government figures. discussing the legislation, so gained support in the Sierra Nevada a U.S. Forest Ser- to manage 11 nation- ierra Nevada. what he believed they had ac- complished. Getting across the message that many people in the West aren't pleased with the Sierra Nevada Framework was a major goal. According to Coates, people in the East believed the West was perfectly happy with the plan. Coates' message back is that it's a plan he doesn't like and doesn't support. I etted owl Tired of threats from the en- vironmental community con- cerning studies of the spotted owl, Coates said he heard dur- ing one discussion that "the owls are really in trouble and they can prove it." Coates said, "We're telling him (environmental represen- tative) to go ahead and list 'the problems.' We're tired of being threatened all the time." Coates said there is enough new scientific information as the frame- now available to prove that, released, QLG mem- while the spotted owl may pre- ida Blum said that it for to live in undisturbed, the QLG plan. darker forested areas, its fa- :!i: ] Vorked real hard for vorite prey lives in the perime- ) hree-and-a.half days ter areas where there is sun- lot done, Coates ex- shine. : about the value of the To Coates, this means exact- listed the people he ly what the QLG legislation spells out in its harvest plan. bers of the group met Coates also explained that lring their stay, and new research indicates that tor of the organization, talk with them further. t's cm? MH you Coates said they were able to -----I talk to him about what's wrong w with the Sierra Nevada Frame- work. Meagher said "he will work against it," and is now Bill Coates concerned with it. Co-founder OLG Another meeting, this one with Dave Tenney, deputy di- rector of agriculture, was also beneficial. "He knows a lot more about the QLG bill than I spotted "owls don't do well in eeat=Q will ever know," Coates said. snow storms." In the late One of the positive points of That discussion hit on ways to spring, when storms hit, the the many meetings Coates and remand the Sierra Nevada male owl can't hunt in the fellow QLG members realized Framework back to the Forest snow. And, when there isn't was the inroads they were able Service. enough food, they tend not to to make. They had the opportu- Meeting with David Smith of mate. The nearby perimeter nlty to meet with some keythe Department of the Interior, area is necessary for hunting, representatives he referred to Coates was able to discuss the In short, Coates said there's as"parachuters." Department of Fish and "new science that tends to A parachuter, according toWildlife serviceextensively. show mixed forests are best." Coates, is among the first sent According to Coates, Smith And, with this in mind, in on damage control, is another Texan, who fits into Coates said he wants various John Howard, a Texan, now the category of parachuter. government entities, such as dedicated tothe Bush adminis- And with this key player, the Department of Fish and tration, is one of those individ- Coates explained there is an el- Wildlife, to become familiar uals. "Bush believes in local fective triangle all "working with the new research. We're solutions," Coates said, as he for us." "not going to unlock the door continued his presentation to Coates said that, while in until scientists are saying the the supervisors. Washington, they discovered same things." Coates said they had an op- that all of the boxes of informa, To further that plan, Coates portuntty to speak to three tion and support materials re- is pushing for a meeting in members of the 52-member quested by the Department of Quincy with Sen. Dianne Fein- Western Caucus for 15 rain. Fish and Wildlife had been stein and other officials some- utes. Although that meeting sealed and never opened. And time in April. was brief, one of the congress, that frustrated him. men involved requested that Linda Blum, a QLG member Matt Meagber, executive direc- along on the trip, explained that, while learning that was frustrating, it was understand- able. That program has had se- rious cutbacks, and was forced to seal the boxe until the be- ginning of the new fiscal year. Then, the organization would have the staffing in place to tackle the information. Key points Coates said a number of key items came from the trip: To to push for a fast appeal on the Sierra Nevada Framework; A recommendation to attach such plans to the Department of Agriculture and not leave it in the hands of the Forest Ser- vice. That concept was "wel- comed by many," he said; and .Third is working toward a na- tional fire plan Coates said, "We're pretty impressed with the Forest Service" for recog- nizing the fire problems in the West. And, if it isn't handled in the next 15 years, the West will be lost to wildland fires. This is the year of the na- tional fire plan, and it fits in with the QLG plan, Coates said. Women meeting in a safe, com. p.m., United Methodist Church Study, 9:30a.m.; Worship service, fortable, confidential environment Fellowship hall, Quincy. For fame- 11 a.m., F iowship Hall, 2333 April 12 to share their stones and support lies and friends of alcoholics. Pine St., Quincy. 283-3092. Library, 10 a.m.-3 each other through change. Every Pistol Shoot, sponsored by NA, 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, lrcsdays, Open to the pub- Thursday, noon to 1:30 p.m., 591 Quincy Sport Shooting Assoc., Reese St., Quincy. j n ot Jesus Christ ofMain St. (behind Feather River Gopher Hill site, 6 p.m.Alcoholi l Anonymous, 8p.m. Saints, 55 Bellamy Bulletin). For more info call 283. Troop 130, 7 p.m., Church of Methodist Church, Jack=on St., - lincy. 5515. Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. upstairs in back, Quincy. ..ted Methodist Church, Uofla Club, meet at Moon's, 283-3218. Bible Study Fellowship, 10a.m ..... Every Thursday at noon. Quincy, noon. For more info, call Quincy Explorers, 7 p.m., Mountain View Manor community provided. 283-5127. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- room. 283-1558. $ SUpport Group. AI.Anon Family Group, 5:30 day Saints. Call 283-3218. NA, 7 p.m., Methodist Church, Quincy. PRS-WIC. Supplemental foods and nutrition education for chil. dren under 5 years and preg. "nant/ rsing women. 10 a.m., 248 Christ the King ,r. 2333 Pine Episcopal Church or 257- 545 Lawrence St., Quincy. 9:30 a.m.; 283-0254. ervice, 11 a.m, .Sunday: Worship 10:OO a.m., Main St., Quincy. 283-4093 or 1- Bruce, 284-7(538. 5:30 p.m. Fellowship Hail. Christrian Education 9:00 a.m. 800-WLC-4093. Every Tuesday. rusher Rtvlr Grange No, 440 Al-Anon, noon, at Church of Christ Feather River 44.1, meets 7 p.m., pancake breakfa=, 8-10 a.m., Iizmionary Baptist Pastor; 283- at 171 Redburg 283-1191, P.O. Box 628, Quincy. Sunday, 10-11 a.m. Bible Study; 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Worship Service; 6-7 p.m., Bible Study. Wednesday, 7-8 p.m., Bible Study. Saints Meadow Valley Isbell. 283- Community Church Pastors Terry Adkins and Curt meeting 10 Beacon. 283-4259. Box 60, Mesaow Servers Quincy Grange Hall, visitors wel- come; second Thursdays. NRA (National Rifle Association). 7 p.m., Portola Station, 171 Gulling St., Portola. (Baptist Church). Friends/spouses wel- come. Second Thursdays. Friday, April 13 Senior Bowling League, men's Infant olau. For par- ents & pre-crawllng babies, expectant parents caregivers. 9:30-10:30 a.m., Saturdays at Therapeutic Solutions, 230 Main St., Quincy (Dunn's Coffee Shop building). No charge. Call Jays Grange Hall, 55 W. Main St., Quincy. Tcketl available at the door. Second klturday of each month. Jesus Christ other Sunday. and nutrition education for chil- dren under 5 years and preg. Monday; April 16 nant/nursing women. Every Rotary Club, Mineral Building, Tuesday, 10 a.m. 248 Main St., fairgrounds, noon. Quincy. 283-4093 or 1-800-WIC- NA, 7 p,m., First Baptist Church, 4093. Reese St., Quincy. Woman Helping Woman. Quincy AA, Graeagle Community Hall support group. Tuesdays, 5:30 (upstairs), 8 p.m. p.m., PRS offices, 248 Main St., Health Clinic Plumas County for more information call 283- Health Department, Courthouse 5675. Annex. For more information, California Women in Timber, 283.6330.8a.m.-noon; 1p.m.-4:30 Grange Hall, Quincy, first and third p.m. Tuesdays. Weight Watchers. Weekly meet- Sunday, April 18 NA, 7 p.m., book study, Drug and Alcohol Building, Courthouse Annex, Quincy. Trap Shoot, gponaored by 9:30 a.m. Church office 353 Life Fellowship _ Jackson St, Quincy. and women's. La Sierra Lanes, Quincy Sport Shoo ing Assoc., 3.31Box7 First208, Quincy,St" ,". FAX: 283-,3860. Quincy. Wednesday and Friday. Gopher Hill sh, 1 p,m, For more services at e-mail: pastorta@psln.com HA, 7 p.m., the Drug and Alcohol information call 1145. Every Building at the Courthouse and 6:00 p.m. Church at Annex.. Bible Study sc l:OO p.m. Quincy KA, noon, Crisis ResourceThur ley,AItdll| Pastor Tony Lang. 283-9737. Center. 283.4265. Dav and Dick p.o. Box 1048, Quincy AA, 8 p.m., United Methodist and Carol Joiley, and Dick ,j. United Mathodist 95971. Offices upstairs above Jeannie Canwell, Quincy Post Office. Services Church, Jackson St., Quincy. Ettingw r/) t3-1740. 282 Jackson held at Vets Hall, Lawrence Nldll| Box 766, Quincy Street., Sunday 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April14 DavidandBt=abe Ca=aidini Seventh Day Adventist, Bible Apd111 on Sunday: St John's Catholic Michael and Cod Hugginl Bible discussion Father Andrew A. Koziczuk. to Jesus) 176 Lawrence St., 283-0890, for kids of allp.O. Box510, Quincy, 95971. Service. Our Bavior Lutheran evening Taiz6 Pastor David Olson. 283- Scape for a few 4748. Church & High Sts., a world of can- P.O. Box 1396, Quincy, soft music. Come 95971. Sunday worship, stay as long a= 10:30 a.m. P.m. Christ The Redeemer let@mail.corn, of Indian Valley BErPill o_pal Church (EMC) an Poos, minister, 284-6317 Wells. Meet at First Lutheran, 120 Bush St., Greenville. Holy Quincy, 95971. Communion, Sundays, 9:15 Lm. Lake Almanor 1Current ...4477.93 - 739,007 1 YearAgo .4488.!5 - 988,156 Bucks Lake ?Current .... 5125.23 - 52,910 1 Year Ago .5140.05 - 75,972 *Elevation above sea level in/t. **Water in acre feet. tApril 9, 2001 YApril 10, 2000 ~ i|! Local Weather O Call the Natlonll Weather (Ik30) 221-5(}13 or mtt www.plumlenews.om Heir : 85 Quln Residential Care Home For The Elderly Providing a secure, c=efi' residence for seniors who can no longer safely live at home. Doreene Wood, LVN, Administrator 283.3538 Lic. #325000118 ' eng. Quincy Methodist Church, Wedtleada April 18 basement',ip Fellow ig Gen logy Library, 10 a;m>4 Weigh-in at 5 p.m, meeting at p.m. and 7@ p,m. Wedne= zy=, open to the public, Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saintl, 55 Bellamy lane, Qutn,;,y. Boy T--.x p #t$I, 30-8 p.m., OES, scoutrnester, Byrne, 283-5259 (H); 283-0288 ON). TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly). 5:30 - 6p.m. w igh-in, Plumes District Hospital Clinic lobby, Valley Vmw Dr., Quincy. wse ly. SeniOr Bowling League, man's and women's. La Sierra Lanes, Q incy. Wednesday and Friday. Health Clinic Plumas County Health Department, Courthouse Annex. For more information, 283. 30, 9-11:30 a.m,; 12:30-5 p.m. pr l mop/tim, 10:30,11 a.m., for 3- tO 5.y ar olds, Wednesdays. Toastmasters International. Thur ley, April 12 Valley To lYni ers of Adam Hanna, Bruce Ro n on, Leslie PlumS! County, noon-1 p.m., Wal r, Roslyn Wo horndl,United Methodist Church, 282 Bishop, "tim Jones, Matthew Str ker, Jack n St., Fellowship Hail, Gallagher, Ted Walk ', April Quin J, entrance in ba k. Call Dunbar, Koby Barker Leslie at'283-3526. Friday, April 13 Bible lltttdY, teen, adult junior Tony De Martini, Christine chooler, Elizabath Alvey, David Sheflon, choir, Graeagle Community Saturday, Apd114 Church, 7 p.m. Tore Beeson, Bob Jester, Dude Bible study, at Joseph and McMester Margaret Munoz' house, 253- Sunday, April lS 1808. Sponsored by Christ the Andrew Brigham, Walter Mathison, King Church. First and Jesse Dodson, Ed C, ammack, Lisa third Wednesdays. Gilbadi, Hope Jester. Bible study, Church of Christ in Monday, April 16 Quincy, 7 p.m,. Dee Lake, Cindy Williams, Steve Petresunas, Mannies AA, 7 p.m., upstairs, Methodist 1'us=lay, April 17 Church, Jad(Ion St., QUIncy. Ellie G. Hall, Sharon Then, Coral Ol'd#r of RalMI( Wood, Kevin Clark, Renay Mitchell, Oide, 7 TINtlple, aid Kahre, Joshua Golden fire and third W nesdayl. Wene lay, Apdt 111 Ping,Iris tournament, Hosted Amber Cravens, C, aley Beck, Jane Quincy Lodge. 7 p.m., Elks (3o ett Halt, 2004 East Main St, 0utr y. For Al Bru r, 2907, or Judy Adamlon, 283- 3294. Rrst and third WednesdaYS. AA Hotllne: Tuesday, April 17 Soroptimist International of Quincy, Methodist Church, noon. AWANA program for kids, 3 yrs to 6th grade. Every Tuesday 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Meadow Valley Church. 283.4237 for into. Alcoholics Anonymous, Book Study, 7 p.m., upstairs at the United Methodist Church, Jackson Street, Quincy. Board of Supervisors, 10 a.m., Courthouse, Quincy. 10 a.m. First four Tuesdays of month. PRS-WIC, Supplemental foods Crisis Resource Center. More info, 283- 4265.