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FROM: Scott Valley Protect Our Water


August 16, 2011

Dear interested party,

We, the landowners and water right owners of the Scott River Watershed, would like to invite either you, or someone from your agency, to attend a SUMMIT conference which is designed to address issues concerning the Scott River and its tributaries.

This meeting will take place on August the 23rd at the Fort Jones Community Center, in Fort Jones, Siskiyou County, California.

Time is 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Light refreshments will be available.

We urge you or someone from your agency to attend.

Scott River is flowing high on Aug. 16, 2011, because there is snow still in the mountains and melting. Photo taken near Callahan, CA. just after sunrise. Photo by Liz Bowen

Our Agenda is as follows:

Item One: The history of the Scott River and its tributaries with emphasis on natural resources and aquatic species.

Item Two: The Coho Salmon and the Scott River Watershed

Item Three: The future of the Scott River and its resources.

This will be an enlightening conference. It will be worth your time.

Please RSVP if you or someone representing you can attend.


Liz Bowen, president

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

P.O. Box 1527

Callahan, CA 96014





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