Stories from OWAC's Spring Conference in Placer County Featured

  • Thursday, 16 June 2016 16:07
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Stories have begun to pour in from OWAC members' adventures at the Spring Conference in Placer County. See below for links to what has come in so far, and then send your story links in, too!

Hardy catches 8.4-pound largemouth bass — by Bill Ryan

Rafting and reflecting on the American River — Steve Callan

Old town Auburn, portrait of a gold rush town — Jack Eidt

California’s outdoor writers flock to Auburn, Placer County — Gus Thomson

We did see the Forest(hill) for the trees — Barbara Steinberg

The dish on Placer County small towns — Barbara Steinberg

Fifty percent of Sierra Nevada’s trees dead or dying—Are our forests doomed? — Tom Wilmer

Rafting on the Middle Fork of the American River — Ron Erskine

Fun Fishing and Farm Ponds — Carol Martens

Fishing Folsom Lake — Denis Peirce

 

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 Lara Kaylor

My name is Lara Kaylor and I have worked as a journalist for more than a decade covering everything from the outdoors to small town politics. I joined OWAC in 2007.

 

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