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Monday, February 03, 2014

Rural Landowner Water & Solutions Wrksp. Feb 1 - audio included Featured

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A full day of information, food, conversation, and fun took place last Sat., Feb 1, 2014 at the Beginnings Octagon and Briceland Vineyard in Briceland. Jointly sponsored by Salmonid Restoration Federation and Sanctuary Forest, the event began at 10 am, was well-attended, and was broadcast live on KMUD. Dana Stolzman, Executive Director of the Salmonid Restoration Federation, opened the workshop with introductions and an explanation of the day's schedule which included presentations, a panel discussion, a lunch, and in the afternoon, a Water Rights Clinic, tour of water conservation projects at Briceland Vineyards, and concluded with a free wine tasting at the vineyard. Topics covered in the presentations and panel discussion included: How to Navigate Water Rights, Conserving Water in a Time of Drought, Resources for Rural Landowners and Local & Regional Water Conservation Efforts.
The workshop audio was recorded by KMUD and can be heard using the players below. KMUD Technical Director, Simon Frech, edited the audio into the various segments, according to speaker. Photos are by Bob Froehlich. Tune to KMUD Local News weekdays at 6 pm (and rebroadcast at 8 am) to hear additional reports by Kelly Lincoln on this Water and Solutions Workshop.

Speakers are shown in the photo below: (from right to left)  Sara Schremmer (standing), Scott Greacen, Tasha McKee, Matt Cocking, Mark Lancaster, and Brian Johnson.

Audio Segments - Note: To download a segment click on the "SOUNDCLOUD" link (top right corner of each segment). This takes you to thye KMUD NEWS SoundCloud page where you will see a download button.

1) Dana Stolzman, Executive Director, Salmonid Restoration Federation opens the Workshop.

 

2) Scott Greacen, Executive Director, Friends of the Eel River

3) Tasha McKee, Executive Director, Sanctuary Forest

 

4) Matt Cocking Forester for the National Resources Conservation Service

 

5) Comments: Dana Stolzman

 

6) Sara Schremmer - Project Coordinator, Salmonid Restoration Federation

 

8) Mark Lancaster- Program Director, Five Counties Salmonid Conservation Program

 

9) Brian Johnson, California Director, Trout Unlimited

 

10) Panel discussion and Q&A

 

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