[env-trinity] Bruce Ross Blog: What will Twin Tunnels mean for the North State?

Tom Stokely tstokely at att.net
Wed Jan 8 08:44:24 PST 2014


http://blogs.redding.com/bross/archives/2014/01/what-will-twin.html


What will Twin Tunnels mean for the North State?
January 7, 2014 4:29 PM | No Comments
I'm sure there are as many answers to that question as there are residents of the North State, but one very well-informed resident -- and impassioned critic of the state's plan to replumb the Delta -- is Mount Shasta's Tom Stokely, formerly a Trinity County planner (keenly focused on the Trinity River) and now with the California Water Impact Network.
He'll be speaking in Redding tomorrow evening at a meeting of the Shasta-Trinity Fly Fishers, and the talk is open to the public. I have not heard Stokely's pitch on the subject, but I imagine it's well worth hearing if you've any interest in the Bay Delta Conservation Plan and how it all might shake out.
It's at the Park Marina Events Center, 1800 Park Marina Drive in Redding. More details:
Wednesday, January 8, 2014, 6:00 PM
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>Tom Stokely - Water Policy Analyst/Media Contact, California Water Impact Network
>Attend this very important presentation to obtain information on California water conservation plans and expected impacts, both financially and environmentally, as well as, viable and cost effective alternatives to meet Southern California's future water demands without impacting the rest of the state.
>Tom Stokely is water policy analyst and director with the California Water Impact Network. He retired as Principal Planner with the Natural Resources Division of Trinity County in 2008. He graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 1979 with a degree in Biology and Environmental Studies, with honors in Biology. He worked for Trinity County for over 23 years as a natural resources planner in various capacities, but worked on Trinity River and Central Valley Project and salmon and steelhead issues for Trinity County for most of his time there.
>Mr. Stokely has been a member of the California Advisory Committee on Salmon and Steelhead Trout since 1990, and is a past chairman and past vice-chairman. He is vice-chairman of the federal advisory committee for the Trinity River Restoration Program- the Trinity Adaptive Management Working Group. Tom is a recipient of California Trout's Roderick Haig-Brown Award.
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