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Visit creekweek.net to register for an April 14 clean-up site and to find out about the many actvities offered throughout the week preceding the clean-up. There is something for everyone!
Please save the date Saturday, April 14 for the Sacramento County-wide clean-up of our creeks. The clean-up is from 9 until noon and will be followed by a Celebration at Carmichael Park from noon until 2. Our Creek Week website … Continue reading
Did you know Creek Week volunteers clean garbage out of the Delta? See photos of our volunteers in this Delta Confluence article.
Gary Hare had the help of Mira Loma High School students in collecting and categorizing the garbage under the bridge on the morning of the Creek Week clean-up – Saturday, April 29, 2017. Read his report for details and more pictures. … Continue reading
A big thank you to Tim Vendlinski for being the brains behind this complicated repair. Thanks to the Mira Loma High School “Special Ops Team” for supplying the brawn on Saturday, April 29. We are proud to count this soil … Continue reading
Red Shoe Productions entertained us! See more photos. Thank you to Carmichael Recreation & Park District for hosting the Celebration at beautiful Carmichael Park; to Carmichael Chamber of Commerce for cooking and serving lunch to over 1,000 people; to the twenty … Continue reading
Dec. 19. 2016 John Mayfield reported a sighting of a Chinook salmon on a small tributary running through a residential/rural neighborhood north of Orange Grove Ave. This makes 6 now so far this fall! Dec. 11, 2016 – John Mayfield … Continue reading
Another live Chinook upstream of the Pasadena Ave. bridge. So, this is now the 3rd salmon that has been reported at the Pasadena bridge this fall! And the 2nd documented in photographs. These photos, taken by Randy Smith, show the … Continue reading
Many of you may not know that we have Chinook salmon in some of our local urban creeks! If you live by a creek, please let Bill Templin firstname.lastname@example.org know if you’re seeing salmon in your local creek. If you are interested … Continue reading