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Help spread the word about which fish are safe to eat!
What: Volunteer to post fish consumption advisories at local lakes and reservoirs
When: Saturday August 5, 2017 9:00-3:00. Ending times will vary
Where: Meet at The Sierra Fund office (103 Providence Mill Rd. Ste. 101, Nevada City)
Why: Posting educational signage will give anglers the best information to make healthy choices on which fish to eat, and to feed their families.
Who: This is a project of the Sierra Fund, with sponsors South Yuba River Citizens LEague and Wolf Creek Community Alliance.
How to Volunteer: Register online at https://www.sierrafund.org/post-it-day-2017/
Much of Trout Unlimited's work is accomplished on the local level by volunteer leaders and members — people like you who love to fish and have joined forces to protect and restore local waters. There are many ways you can help, like giving a membership to a friend, taking action on legislative issues that make a difference for wild trout and salmon, or volunteering for our local chapter or council.
We hope that you will consider taking on the exciting and rewarding responsibility of playing an active role in our local chapter or council. Depending on your position, leadership in TU could involve arranging projects, organizing trips, recruiting new members, coordinating youth education programs, fundraising, or acting as spokesman to media, elected officials, and the general public.
If you are interested in taking on a leadership role, please contact us here or call Dustin Rocksvold at 209-295-7551.
Volunteers are needed to assist with hook and line surveys of fish from Lake Clementine (between Auburn and Foresthill). The fish caught will be part of a study of the mercury content in the fish.
August 7-9: Lake Clementine - Boat in Camping
August 14-16: Lake Clementine - Boat in Camping
For more information on the mercury studies please see the Sierra Fund's Angler Survey.
South Fork Kings River Clean Up Dates remaining are on July 11, Aug. 8 and Sept 12. The Sept. 12 is part of the Great Sierra River Clean Up. During the July trip we will also be monitoring clarity of Hume Lake with a Secchi Disc as part of the National Secchi Dip In.
See Press Release for more details pm the clean ups here: 2015 Kings River Clean Up Dates | Friends of the South Fork Kings