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Posted: Monday, March 24, 2008 10:00 pm

The Salmonid Restoration Federation's 26th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference at Hutchins Street Square was a huge success thanks to the support of co-sponsors, local donors, fabulous presenters and over 250 participants in the restoration field.

This year's theme was "Central Valley Salmon and Steelhead: Restoration in the California Heartland."

The federation wishes to thank and acknowledge our co-sponsors who provided their expertise, in-kind services and financial support: AmeriCorps Watershed Stewards Project, Bureau of Reclamation, CCC, Cal Trout, CALFED Bay Delta Program, CDFG, CDWR, Clearwater Hydrology, Cramer Fish Sciences, East Bay Reg. Parks, Florin RCD, Forest, oil and Water, Inc., Friends of Trinity River, Garcia and Assoc., Golden West Women's Flyfishers, Lodi Public Works, Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Com., Lower Mokelumne River Partnership, McBain and Trush, Meadowbrook Conservation Assoc., Mendocino RCD, Mike Love and Assoc., NRDC, Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations, Pacific Coast Fish, Wildlife and Wetlands Restoration, Pacific Coast Marine Fisheries Commission, PG&E, Pacific Watershed Associates, Revive the San Joaquin, Robertson-Bryan, Inc., Sierra Club, Solano County Water Agency, Stoecker Ecological Consultants, The Bay Institute, The Nature Conservancy, Trees Foundation, Trout Unlimited, Urban Creeks Council, US FWS, Wildlands, Inc., Winzler and Kelly, and Woodbridge Irrigation District.

Local food and beverage donations include: Cottage Bakery, Cecchetti Olive Oil, Jan's Sweet Treasures, Lodi Beer Co., Michael & David Winery, Rick's Pizza, Rudi's Bakery, Sacramento Co-op, Sweet Creations Bakery, Trader Joe's-Elk Grove, plus many other North Coast and national donors.

Thanks again, in gratitude to our fantastic and generous donors!

Francine Allen

SRF assistant conference coordinator

Redway

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