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IOA Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012 Feather River Bulletin ai P roje receives gran Toyota and the National Audubon Society recently an- nounced that a new program that will bring Native American traditional ecological knowl- edge to bear on the restoration of northern California ranch land has been awarded a 2012 TogetherGreen Innovation Grant. The project will be con- ducted by the Plumas Audubon Society, in partnership with Maidu Summit Consortium and Feather River Land Trust. TogetherGreen, a conserva- tion initiative of the National Audubon Society and Toyota, provides financial support for projects that use innovative ap- proaches and technologies to engage new and diverse audi- ences in conservation and ad- dress pressing conservation problems. "Groups that won innovation grants this year have ingenuity and creativity on full display. And that's what it takes to tack- le the environmental challenges we face today," said Audubon President and CEO David arnold. "I'm proud to partner with these innovators in cre- ative approaches to achieve conservation results." The Plumas Audubon Soci- ety's project will be a multi- spoke effort to restore the 884- acre Heart K Ranch, recently conserved by the Feather River Land Trust The Heart K is one of the most species-rich areas in the northern Sierra: a land- scape of old growth conifer forests and oak woodlands, ri- parian woodlands and meadow habitats. Efforts will be made to reach out to the Native Ameri- can Mountain Maidu people in the region to apply Maidu tradi- tional land management knowl- edge to preserve and expand wildlife habitat. The project will begin with a three-day Traditional Ecologi- cal Knowledge symposium, fol- lowed by hand-thinning and pil- ing conifers on 5 acres (encour- aging oak regeneration and acorn production) and manag- ing riparian willow habitat (wil- lows are used as a traditional basketry material). Emphasis will be placed on incorporating Maidu youth and elders as land stewards in practicing their unique conservation knowledge on the ranch, as well as docu- healthier communities and big meriting restoration work. Since 2008, more than $5.5 million in TogetherGreen Inno- vation Grants funding has been awarded to more than 200 envi, ronmental projects nationwide. This year's grant projects will receive more than $1 million in funding and will involve more than 500 partner organizations nationwide. Many of the pro- jects focus on engaging audi- ences that have traditionally been under-served by the con- servation movement, from landowners to religious institu- tions to inner city students. For more details about the 2012 Audubon and Toyota To- getherGreen Innovation Grants projects visit ' togeth About TogetherGreen Audubon and Toyota launched the TogetherGreen initiative in 2008 to foster di- verse environmental leadership and fund innovative conserva- tion ideas. TogetherGreen fund- ing recipients have helped pro- tect 250 species of birds and oth- er wildlife, improved 10,000 acres of habitat, mobilized 220,000 individuals, collected 2 their habitat million pounds of recyclables and captured $5 million worth of volunteer time. For more in- formation, visit together About Audubon Now in its second century, Audubon connects people with birds, nature and the environ- ment. The national network of community-based nature cen- ters, chapters and scientific, ed- ucation and advocacy programs engages millions of people from all walks of life in conservation action to protect and restore the natural world. Visit Audubon online at About Toyota Toyota is committed to. being a good corporate citizen in the communities where it does business and believes in sup- porting programs with long- term sustainable results. Toyota supports numerous organiza- tions across the country, focus- ing on education, the environ- ment and safety, and has con- tributed over half a billion dol- lars to philanthropic programs in the U.S. since 1991. For more information visit toyota or toyota.corn/community. ion class Plumas District Hospital (PDH) will hold a one-day childbirth education course Saturday, Aug. 18, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost is $50 per couple. Sign up in the North Fork Fami- ly Medicine clinic at 1060 Valley View Drive in Quin- cy. During the session, in- structors will provide in- formation about the process of labor and deliv- ery, the role of the labor coach and the use of relaxation/breathing meth- ods. Breastfeeding tech- niques, newborn care and infant car seat safety will also be discussed. In addi- tion, infant CPR is taught during the course. Any expectant individu- als are invited to join the course. The hospital's next childbirth education course is scheduled to be- gin in October. Contact An- na Baker at abaker@ for more informa- tion. Farmers' market debuts Those with extra-produc- Indian Valley Community tive gardens who would like Center. to share their bounty have The two Saturday mar- a new outlet: two farmers' kets will be hosted at markets in Greenville, set Lupines on Highway 89 in for Saturday, Aug. 25, and the center of Greenville, Saturday, Sept. 1. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In lieu of booth fees, ven- Those interested in par- dors are asked to make do- ticipating may call 284-1973 nations to the Digging In or email vickie284@ gardening program at the COMMUNIT NER WEEKLY CALENDAR Thursday, Aug. 9 NA, 9 a.m 260 County Hos- pital . Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy. AA, noon, 260 County Hospi- tal Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy 24- hour info: (877) 880-3880. Women's Support Group, Every Thurs 1-2 p.m Plumes Crisis Center, 591 Main St Quincy. Call 283- 5515. Pistol shooting, sponsored by Quincy Sport Shooting Assoc Gopher Hill site, every Thursday, 6 p.m (ar- rive by 5:30 p.m.) weather per- mitting. Healing and Growing through Grief bereave- ment group. Open to anyone struggling with grief. 2-4 p.m. every other Thursday First Baptist Church, 74 Reese St Quincy JeAnne Baldwin, 283- 9161 or DoreeneWood, 283- A1-Anon, 5:30 p.m United 3538. and 4th Thursdays. For info call Sarah Anderson, 530-276- 1503. Friday, Aug. 10 NA, 9 a.m 260 County Hospi- tal Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House Quincy AA) noon, 260 County Hospi- tal Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy 24- hour info: (877) 880-3880. AA, 5 p.m 260 County Hospi- tal Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy 24- House. Quincy Square Dance lessons. United Methodist Church, 282 Jackson St Quincy 6-8 p.m. every Sunday. Open to all: beginners, singles, cou- ples, all ages. $5 per person. Casual dress. Refreshments. Monday, Aug. 13 NA, 6:45 a.m 260 County Hospital Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy. NA meeting, noon, 260 Tuesday, Aug. 14 NA, 6:45 a.m 260 County Hospital Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy PRS-WIC, Supplemental food & nutrition education for children under 5 & preg- nant-nursing women. Every Tues 10 a.m Quincy. 283- 4093 or (800) WIC-4093. Board of Supervisors, 10 a.m Courthouse, Quincy, 1st 4 Tues. AA meeting, noon, 260 days. 283-1913 or 284-6393. For adults 18 and over Libertarian party, now forming in Plumas County. Meet every 2rid Tuesday and Thursday at Neighbors BBQ restaurant in Cromberg on Hwy. 70. 6 p.m. RSVP, ques- tions, to Mimi Garner, 530- 836-1225. Wednesday, Aug. 15 NA, 9 a.m 260 County Hospi- tal Road, Courthouse Annex - Orchard House. Quincy. Methodist Church, upstairs League of Women Voters, hour info: (877) 880-3880. County HosPital Road, Court- County HospitalRoad, Court- Preschool Storytime. Build in back. For families & 2ndThurs 10:30a.m.-noon, NA, 6:30 p.m 260 County house Annex - Orchard house Annex - Orchard Kindergarten readine sand friends of alcoholics. Quincy library meeting Hospital Road, Courthouse House, Quincy. House, Quincy. 24-hour info" early literacy skills with sto- AA, 5 p.m 260 County Hospi- room. Call 283-0485 for more Annex - Orchard House. Rotary Club, Mineral Build- (877) 880-3880 "" " ries, songs, crafts and games. tal Road, Courthouse Annex info. Quincy. ~ ing, fairgrounds, noon. Call Sor0~ ptim]s" t" lnternat'oz hal 10"30 a.m Community, : Meet- of Oninev noon to 1 n m lng Room, QUll~Cy Library, - Orchard House. Quincy. 24- Quincy Green Thumbs, 2rid i: i 283-2127. "'" ,m'~.~n's:Circle 1" 2~3"0 "m 445 Jackson St' For informa- hour info: (877) 880-3880. Thurs 10 a.m Library Con- Saturday, Aug. 11 Boy Scout Troop 151, Men we e ~s ' ,~ " P; " tion, callthe library, 283-6310. NA, 6:30 p.m 260 County ference Room, Jackson St. NA, 7:30 a.m 260County 6p.m. Scoutmaster Rob Robi- every Tues ay' . lvietnoolst . Tu~tm~tvL ~ ' ,~,t~LU"'T--* Hospital Road, Courthouse Explorer Post 81, Quincy Hospital Road, Courthousenette, 283-0858for location, tmurcncommunlty.ouuoJ .ng, lionel American Valley Annex Orchard House. Volunteer Fire Dept. Ex- Annex - Orchard House. Duplicate Bridge. Every 262 Jackson St Quincy rxee ~ ~x,A , " Chaptw. r~ve~y vvvu 1~-1 Quincy. plorer Program, meets 2nd Quincy. Monday, 6:30 p.m Resourcechddcare. A place for women.~ m ~ ~. c m, ^a -- [J.lll [It,I.IIIC:L~ gall~ ~'.IL ~UJ I --'I.U." NA, noon, 260 County Hospi- Center, Blairsden, corner of to connect with other women, explore their interests, sere oo ^, , LAST WEEK'S LAKE LEVELS tal Road, Courthouse Annex hwys 70 and 89. Call Ruth awareness ano creativity mmlstrauon, t;onrerence - Orchard House. QuincyBright, 836-1454 or Jackie . Ruu o ~- AA, 5 p.m. 260 County nospi- Lucky, 836-2232. Sponsoredy PlumasRural" Qu~ r~ F~2 ~3~?n" " TEMPE~kTUR.~S ItCurrent 4,491.16 talRoad, Courthouse AnnexAA, 7 p.m Methodist oelvl~--ubu~tx~v~u~e,~e AAnCmSeeting,~noon, 260 Year hg ~ounty riOSpltai Koau, t, our[- w P = w I 1 YearAgo 4,492.30 i 1 - Orchard House. Quincy. 24- Church, 232 " Jackson St Services For more info 283 I July 30 92 41 ~ ** hour info: (877) 880-3880. Quincy. 24-hour info:, (877) 5675. house Annex - Orchard Iduly31 91 41 ]Lake AImanor Capacity NA, 6:30 p.m 260 County880-3880. Overeaters Anonymous House Oninev 9.4hunt infer I J~ 88, Avg Lo 46. Trace of rain. LtCu.trent. 1,066,854 Hospital Road, CourthouseMasons Lodge #60, meets meeting, 5 p.m 260 County (877) 880-%880.- " r, w r,r D R m h 1 Year/~go 1,097,201 ID~egisteredUNDER20mph. I 1 YearAg Annex - Orchard House. 2nd Mon Quincy Masonic Hospital Road, Courthouse ~ i,r lnn'Ph Rlnir~don Annex Orchard House, ~" Aug 1 92 45 Quincy Hall, 7:30 p.m. - noon, Mohawk Community 1 92 45 IBucks Lake Elevation Dukes of Plumes Cribbage Quincy Reading Group, ~ulncy ~ug. z ~,~ ob ~ .'." [ ItCurrent 5,148.74 Resource Center. Ca]1836-O446 Boy Scouts Troop 130 7 uS'4 1 Year Ago 5 154 36Gang. Meet 10:30 a.m start 2nd Mon 7 p.m private res-,for reservations. liiii !! ii !i i! I 1B::a Ta p m, Quincy Elementary g. .- -- ' ' play 11 a.m every Saturday idence in Quincy. Free, call ~. . " Quincy Community Sup- Aug 5 93 60 -- -- ke **Capacity at Mt. Tomba, Cromberg. Mary Weddle, 283-5351. Come t~all Mitch Treagan, 283-1148. our 6 P.m. every Wed, United --~ - -- NA, 7 p m, Methodist I " "' "" " ItCurrent 90,738 prepared to discuss book. Methodist Church. Free. I Precip to date: trace" I 1 YearAgo 100,761 Sunday, Aug. 12 Feather River 4-H, 2nd Church,282 Jackson St AA 7 nm Methodist I Last year (8-8-11).' precip 0" snow0" ~ NA, noon, 260 County Hospi- Mon 6:15 p.m Mineral Bldg, Quincy. Church, 282 Jackson St I ~011~ snow'. 34.T0"~o~pr~c~p" I *~leva, t!on above sea level in iL tel Road, Courthouse Annex Fairgrounds, Quincy. Cindy Coffee Express, hosted by uinc 24 hour info" 877 Storage in acre It -Orchard House. Quincy ' Edwards, 283-5384, for more IHSS Public Authority, In- 880-3880 [ *Weather year is July 11o June 30 ' I " "*~" July 22, 2012 ' Q y" - " ( ) Compiled by RonTrumbo L . ~ Aug 8, 2Oll NA, 5 p.m women only, 260 info. home caregivers & receivers International ' Order of =~ ---o--, County Hospital Road, Court- welcome 2nd Tues 10 a.m Rainbow Girls, 7 p.m Ma- house Annex - Orchard Mountain Vmw Manor, sonic Temple, 1st & 3rd Wed. ~l Quincy For info call (866) 577- Sober Sisters, 1st & 3rd I ~ ] ,~ ~ ~t,e~p,xu,ers rre.e Rd Ste. 128inQuincyfrom I1~~ Fore~ ~::oo : Wed 270 County Hospital storytelhng group Pubhc 11- 7 m : 5.30- p II 1 8Ii2 I brary, 4.45 Jackson St II I I I II ,'. 6:0sp.m. : I Ouincy 7-8:30 p.m. 2ndTues- I " X--T= "7/:~-""" -'-; -" 1 3 I I .o k :seo.m I 4:V,e I R.CHBS II I 9 /6 I 9v61 9"62 I89 6 I' )1/ . , IlM~~jhslMainlysunny'Highs Abundant sunshine" l Mainly sunny Highs I I W ,x{" 1 II clouds n the low 9Os and l in the low g0s and Highs in the low 90s lintheupperSOsand I I l edding .%, : # ICalvary Chapel Quincy Meadow Valley Community II I in the low ~. and lows in the ~w I ~ws in the low ~s' I[111~m2 3~i411~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ -,'eli S~usa~ ~ sen r%(1=/ II II 1 I I I " " 283- 63. t9 E. Main. Mi, Creek 2 -4259, SCemete Rd, Meadow II s~= sur.~, I Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset I Sunrise Sul~set I :7/19 " 1:14 a.m. "- --1 " Shopping Center, E. Quincy. Valley, office: 353 Jackson St, #100, I ~,~ ,f ? "~'~ -- ,'~i~ll k 7/22I Christian Life Fellowship Our Savior Lutheran Quincy I I ,~.~ C * ~o~to ~ "'~'~ '~ I 283-0345, 317 First St E. Quincy. 283-2546. Church& High Sts ,~ %1t % I I :~ ~,~o ~ ,'~';'~ )~t= I " Quincy. Californi t Glance MoonPhases Ilf~m k '' ~'~Re'~no Christ the King Episcopal 6: . 283,0254, 545 Lawrence St Quincy. Seventh-Day Adventist ~ -/'~rucke-;--,~-! / I 310-2042 or 283-3092, 233 Pine St II I Quincy. " ~' " Ful Last ' [~':---i ~ f 5:SSp.m.""- ~;=~y I Church of Christ Quincy. Fellowship I ~iLel,tO I i} Ii I' ~" tallies" The I ngest relaxed seismic I period in recent times was between Sup.I Church of Jesus Christ of 59Pete' 283-1613, or John, 927-7626,Belt Ln Quincy. ! !! ji! ,~ New First I -"="""," ; = I = tember Z004 and October 2006 when 72 I Latter Day Saints I ~i!:~ I rrevous~eeK ~ I u l,ofl09 weeks were in the single digits. / 283-2170, 55 Bellamy Ln Quincy. St. John's Catholic Church I Vlndx I I Earthquake acfMty remained below The first half of Z0E has been relatively I II " *" i : i~i:i::!ii?i~:: U e I I the 10 quake'per-week markfor the active, producing nine weeks with more I' 283-0890, 176 Lawrence St Quincy. ~ I sec nd c nsecutive week' It was the first that Z0 events' tw ' th se t pped the I C mmunity United Meth dist Wed 8/8 ~ Very HighI time in 17week~ that hack-to-back 30 quake-per-week mark. / 283-1740, 282 Jackson St Quincy, . Starlight Missionary Baptist I single-digit weeks had been recorded The intensity of seismicity remained, 283-1505, 171 Redburg Ave Quincy. Thu 8/9 [~ Very High,J and only the fifth time in almost a year relaxed as well as only one earthquake / l] ~ Ilake~ ~ l I that activity posted fewer that 10 quakes registered M Z.0 or stronger. It was the / II ~. !O4[' Fri 8/10 ~ Very High I l inaweek'Thelasttimea prolonged fewest number of quakes this large in a '/ First Baptist Truth Tabemacle of Quincy, II ' . Sat 8/11 ~ Very High I I seismic quiescence overtook the region two-week period in eight weeks. / 283-1160, 74 Reuse St Quincy. 260-8006, 2205 East Main St I when 16 of Z3 weeks posted singled-digit this year, including one in the M 4 range. / Quincy. II ~ ~L, Sun 8112 ~ Very High I'was betweenFebruaryandJulyZ0"i| - Six quakes have registered 3.0 or st(onger | II "~ number scale, wt~h a higher UV index I TO update infomlation on this page, It o. - n:- - ~ showin9 the need for greater skin pro- I II ban uleg t~= o i~i~m~l I contact Eva, 283-0800. l 78/69 ] email Local 5'Day Forecast ~ z~ u'" Advanced Geologic Exploration, Inc ,fie l~oc Scientists of the EarthrM 180 Main St. P.O. Box 1956 Chester * CA * 96020 (530) 258-4228 Need help assessing the gold potential on your claim? Call us! BB t