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San Francisco Chronicle
By Carolyn Lochhead
Wednesday, July 19, 2017

A great egret glides over the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge. Farms would get priority over wildlife refuges for water in drought years under proposed Republican House legislation.</body></html>

Sonoma Index-Tribune
By Staff Report
Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Sonoma Ecology Center has begun collecting information on streamflow – the amount of water running through the Sonoma Valley’s natural watercourses over the length of the year – in a new program in partnership with Trout Unlimited they hope will lead to enhanced streamflow management in the upper Sonoma Creek watershed.

Yakima Herald-Republic
By Luke Thompson
Saturday, July 22, 2017

But no matter how favorable the conditions, Chambers said recovery will be a long, difficult process in places like the Snake River and the upper Columbia, in part because management practices generally aren't conservative enough. He noted although it's still early for this year's summer runs, many appear to already be coming in below projections.

"I think if we don't account for some of the uncertainty that we have in our run forecast, then it will potentially jeopardize our recovery," Chambers said.

Medford Mail Tribune
By Michael Parker, Pepper Trail and Jack Williams
Sunday, July 23, 2017

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke came to Southern Oregon last week to gather information on the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument as part of the Trump administration’s broader review of national monuments.

Moonshine Ink
By Jamie Wanzek
Thursday, July 13, 2017

The community’s lifeblood, the Truckee River, has returned with vigor.


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