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Huge culvert crossing under bike trail should help salmon stranded during floods

Jun 23, 2016
Huge culvert crossing under bike trail should help salmon stranded during floods

Despite being a pessimistic observer of the salmon and steelhead decline in Northern California, I find my spirits lifted by a protection project going on close to home. Let’s call it a tiny light at the end of a tunnel … Continue reading

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poke for everyone

poke for everyone

When we visited the Big Island a few years ago, we decided to make a stop at the Da Poke Shack in Kona for lunch one day. While I’d had poke before, I hadn’t ever seen the crazy variety of poke as was available there! Multiple types of tuna poke, salmon poke, octopus poke,...

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A better view out the kitchen window

Apr 6, 2016
A better view out the kitchen window

In the beginning, there were garbage containers, an old dog-eared wood fence and the side of the neighbor’s house. Now, the salmon run is in full flow, and we have a window seat to watch a spectacle of nature unfold. … Continue reading

Game to 100
A better view out the kitchen window

Apr 6, 2016
A better view out the kitchen window

In the beginning, there were garbage containers, an old dog-eared wood fence and the side of the neighbor’s house. Now, the salmon run is in full flow, and we have a window seat to watch a spectacle of nature unfold. … Continue reading

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Japanese culinary adventure: Tsukiji market & sushi-making class

Japanese culinary adventure: Tsukiji market & sushi-making class

A COOKING CLASS IS AN IDEAL way to explore local culture. Last fall we visited Tokyo and signed up for a sushi-making class, using fresh ingredients from a tour of the Tsukiji fish market, the world’s largest seafood market. Tsukiji also sells fresh fruit and vegetables. We toured the “inner market,” where 900 licensed wholesale...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Japanese culinary adventure: Tsukiji market & sushi-making class

Japanese culinary adventure: Tsukiji market & sushi-making class

A COOKING CLASS IS AN IDEAL way to explore local culture. Last fall we visited Tokyo and signed up for a sushi-making class, using fresh ingredients from a tour of the Tsukiji fish market, the world’s largest seafood market. Tsukiji also sells fresh fruit and vegetables. We toured the “inner market,” where 900 licensed wholesale...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Yuba Blue: Tales & Trails

Yuba Blue: Tales & Trails

“Rivers run through our history and folklore, and link us a people.” – Charles Kuralt from “On The Road” OUR REGION IS LINKED BY MAGNIFICENT RIVERS such as the American, Truckee and South Yuba. Each has its own identity and history. The South Yuba is inextricably linked to Nevada County, just as Lake Tahoe is...

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Yuba Blue: Tales & Trails

Yuba Blue: Tales & Trails

“Rivers run through our history and folklore, and link us a people.” – Charles Kuralt from “On The Road” OUR REGION IS LINKED BY MAGNIFICENT RIVERS such as the American, Truckee and South Yuba. Each has its own identity and history. The South Yuba is inextricably linked to Nevada County, just as Lake Tahoe is...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
SYRCL’s “Yuba Salmon Now” campaign

Jan 12, 2016
SYRCL’s “Yuba Salmon Now” campaign

SINCE IT BEGAN 32 YEARS AGO, THE SOUTH YUBA RIVER Citizens League has become the nation’s largest single-river grassroots watershed organization with 3,500 members and 1,000 active volunteers. The long-term focus of SYRCL’s advocacy work has to do with restoring wild salmon, now in jeopardy of extinction, to the upper Yuba. “We recognize that salmon...

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Wild & Scenic salmon in downtown Grass Valley

Wild & Scenic salmon in downtown Grass Valley

The 13th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival — the largest environmental festival of its kind — is January 15-18 in Grass Valley and Nevada City. Downtown Grass Valley is known for its splendid window displays, and this week we noticed salmon popping up on the windows, with artistic flair. Some of them are photographed here....

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