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Save Some Water for the Fish
click to view 21 minute video online
This video describes the habitat needs of native coho and steelhead salmon in the San Lorenzo River. Don Alley, fisheries biologist, explains how human activity has caused a severe decline in fish populations, and what we can do about it. The film is timely, since the National Marine Fisheries Service has entered final negotiations with the City of Santa Cruz on a habitat conservation plan that will require the City to reduce its water diversion from the river and coastal streams.
The Transition Santa Cruz Draft Towards a Sustainable Water Plan:
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Summary: What's In this Report
Part 1, The Transition Perspective
Part 2, Our Local Water Challenges
Part 3 Sustainable Water Solutions
Part 4 Resources for Action
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