Auburn Ravine

Ott holds key to ravine restoration

Ron Ott may soon hold the key to the Auburn Ravine restoration in his hands. After months of tireless research, Ott is creating a unique book on the Auburn Ravine which lists ever ...

Auburn Ravine restoration ramped up

A once pristine waterway supporting an abundance of wildlife, Auburn Ravine has seen much of its indigenous fauna disappear. The degradation of the wild salmon population has giv ...

Union Pacific on Auburn’s right track

In response to the comments about Union Pacific Railroad’s plans to double-stack and extend the length of their freight trains, here are some thoughts. Which would be more prefe ...

Restoration efforts spawn beaver vs. salmon questions

Spawning chinook salmon will be swimming their way up Auburn Ravine Creek to Downtown Auburn by the fall of 2012. That is if the funding comes through to make their journey easier ...

SARSAS snags salmon expert

A local group intent on returning salmon to the Auburn Ravine has snagged one of California’s top fish experts. Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and Steelhead just obtained the service ...

Restoring salmon to Auburn Ravine is worthy goal

Thank you to the letter writer on Nov. 10 for providing an opportunity to keep the discussion going and the information flowing about calling back the salmon and steelhead to Aubur ...

Water is insufficient to support salmon run

The Auburn Ravine was historically a seasonal watershed. The small creek that runs through the Auburn School Park Preserve starts a couple of miles to the east. Before the Gold Ru ...

Salmon may return to Auburn Ravine

Bringing salmon back to Auburn Ravine creek may seem like the impossible dream but Jack Sanchez believes it can be done. The president and founder of Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and ...

Efforts made to save salmon

Salmon suffering in the low-flowing Auburn Ravine will find temporary relief through the weekend. Because of low water flows associated with the end of irrigation season, salmon s ...

His passion for fishing is deep and long-lived

There he is in an obviously old photo. A boy, 4 years old, holding a stick with both hands and a seemingly giant fish on the other end held high with all the boy’s might. Showing ...