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2012 SRWP Annual Stakeholder Meeting

Thursday, November 29, 2012
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
McConnell Foundation,
800 Shasta View Drive
Redding, CA




Stakeholder PowerPoint Presentations available for download

SRWP 2012 Stakeholder Meeting (Holly Jorgensen)

Upper Feather River IRWM (Randy Wilson)

Northern Sacramento Valley Integrated Regional Water Management Update (Vickie Newlin)

Upper Sacramento, McCloud & Lower Pit IRWMP (Merle Anderson)

Upper Pit River IRWM (Todd Sloat)


9:30 Registration and Sign In
10:00 Welcome and Introductions
Chris Elliott, SRWP Board Chair and ICF International
10:15 Watershed Partners Updates
10:45 Sacramento River Watershed Program: 2012 Year in Review
Holly Jorgensen, SRWP

Get an overview of SRWP’s 2012 accomplishments and an update on plans for 2013 and beyond. Help shape the future of SRWP and find out how SRWP can assist your local watershed efforts.

11:15 Sacramento River Watershed Information Module and Map Maker
Zeke Lunder, Deer Creek Resources

Check out the latest on SWIM – a map-making tool that makes it super easy to tell your own "watershed story."

12:00 Networking Lunch and Watershed Excellence Awards
1:00 Sacramento River Salmon Status: What’s Up with All the Fish?
Dave Vogel, Natural Resources Scientists

Get insight into the problems, progress, and potential solutions for Sacramento River basin salmon restoration.

1:45 Integrated Regional Water Management Planning in the Sacramento River Watershed:
  • North Sacramento Valley
    Vickie Newlin, Butte County
  • Upper Pit River
    Todd Sloat, Pit River Watershed Alliance
  • Upper Feather River
    Randy Wilson, Plumas County
  • McCloud and Upper Sacramento Rivers
    Merle Anderson, River Exchange
3:15 Fuels and Fire Management
Don Hankins, Butte County Fire Safe Council and CSU, Chico Department of Geography and Planning and Ecological Reserves

Hear about how fire impacts watersheds, the role of fire safe councils, and what you can do to manage fuels in your watershed.


Registration is closed.