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‘Signs of Resilience’ documents Eel River salmon resurgence

‘Signs of Resilience’ documents Eel River salmon resurgence

Eel River Recovery Project EUREKA –  The Eel River Recovery Project has produced an hour-long salmon documentary that chronicles returns of Chinook salmon from 2012-2017.   The movie will be shown at the Lost Coast Brewery Tap Room on Saturday, Feb. 2.  Titled Signs of Resilience, the movie documents a resurgence of Eel River fall

Concerns about crab quality could delay season

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT –  The results of recent algae toxin tests have sparked fears of another delayed Dungeness crab season on the North Coast. The potential for delay of the upcoming season was explored along with several other fisheries challenges at an Oct. 27 hearing held by the state legislature’s Joint Committee

Today’s Mad River Current: Pet owners beware of blue-green algae; shooting suspect named; fire update

Avoid contact with blue-green algae From the Department of Health and Human Services: Local Public and Environmental Health officials are warning recreational users of all bodies of fresh water to avoid contact with cyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae). The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board in cooperation with the Humboldt County Department of

Bladder control: Fines levied after water bag failure

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board MENDOCINO COUNTY – The North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board assessed a $37,079 penalty for a Clean Water Act violation against the owners of a Mendocino County property at the Board’s December meeting. The penalty is for discharges of sediment–laden water into a tributary of the Upper

Woman dies in kayak accident

HCSO EEL RIVER – A 24-year-old Massachusets woman died Sunday morning, Jan. 25 in kayaking accident on the Eel River. At about 9:45 am the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call regarding a kayak accident that had just occurred underneath the McCann Bridge on the Eel River. A female kayaker was trapped underneath

More Anti-Environmental Activism By The Cannabis Industry – November 4, 2012

“We encourage people to handle things the right way,” Martel said. “The best management method for spent soil is reuse. Growing vegetable crops in this high-nutrient soil, or mixing it with other soil, may result in high yields. Some gardeners prefer not to use it if they don’t know the strength or type of nutrients it contains. Otherwise, you can pay a fee to use a compost facility like Wes Green Landscape Materials or one of the county’s transfer stations.