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12A Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Institute offers 'Stairway of Power' tour The Sierra Institute is offering its last outdoor educational tour of the season Friday, Oct. 10. The institute reports that the Water, Power, Fish and Fire tour, one of its most popular educational and scenic tours, discusses current issues and interests dealing with hydroelectric power. The tour follows the water (and the money) from the penstock at the Prattvflle intake on Lake Almanor to Butt Valley Lake and on to the Caribou and Belden powerhouses on the North Fork Feather River. The Water, Power, Fish and Fire tour discusses the many aspects of hydroelectric power production and its impacts on fisheries, ecosystems, recreation and rural communities. Tour participants will meet at 8:30 a.m. in TaylorsVille at the Sierra Institute offices. Space is limited, so those interested are encouraged to call early to reserve a place. Morning refreshments, lunch and transportation are provided as part of the tour, which costs $50 per person. Visit the Sierra Institute website (SierraInstitute.us) for more information, or call Lauri Rawlins-Betta at 284-1022. AMERICAN VALLEY HARDWARE -pro/; .... PRATT & LAMBERT PAINTS Neper compromise" Where durable meets beautiful. Sale C,ircular Harvest time Marjorie Wilson patiently waits while her parents pick out a pumpkin during the pumpkin-patcl picking event held at Five-Foot Farm on Oct. 4. Five-Foot Farm, located across the highway from the Quincy airport, harvested a variety of fruits and vegetables this season. The farm, in its first year of production, uses sustainable growing practices. Photo by James Wilson It's official Trees at the Plumas National Forest Supervisor's Office in Quincy provide proof that fall is here. Photo by Jenny Lee Plus...upgrade any of nese red,liner styles to power andor memory foam cusions! See store for details. YOUR iiiiiiiiiii iii iiii . I : I I I j I I I I II NO INTEREST WITH PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHS!* ocally owned by the Zaengle family 1 9klain Street Susan injont of WaCmart -- Contractor's License #971543 2800 MAIN ST., SUSANVILLE 530.257.7788 www.zaengles.com mark@zaenglesfloorandhome.com *Interest will be calculated on your account from the purchase dale. If the purchase balance Is not paid In full within 6 months or if you make a late payment, interest will be charged on the tolal purchase. |