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6C Wednesday, June 20, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Snake Lake gets equestrian additions The Snake Lake Camp- ground Enhancement Pro- ject, funded by a Resources Advisory Committee grant, was also made possible by volunteers of High Moun- tain Riders and the partici- pation of the Plumas Nation- al Forest Mt. Hough Ranger District. The campground will be multi-use and will include eight new equestrian camp- sites and corrals. One of the equestrian campsites will be wheelchair accessible with a handicap ramp. The improvements Will al, so include a day use parking area for horse trailers and a central group day use picnic area with a large barbecue and tables. Recently, the Feather Riv- er College rodeo team and the Ag Metal Fabrication class installed two sets of four corrals and two hitch- ing rails. The Plumas Na- tional Forest road crew is currently working to im- prove the roads within the campground and adding new fire rings and picnic ta- bles. The improvements should be done near the end of Jhly. This is a no-fee campground open to all users, including off-highway vehicles and equestrian campsites. It is also a "dry" camp (no. potable water), so users need to bring their own wa- ter and campers with horses can bucket water from a des- ignated location at the dam. Please practice "pack it in pack it out." For more in- formation, contact Judy Schaber, Mt. Hough Ranger District, at jsch- ab'er@fs.fed.us. High Mountain Riders and the Mt, Hough Ranger District thank the Feather River rodeo team and Ag Metal Fabrication class and the instructors, Jesse Segu- ra, Russell Reid and Sterling Lambert, for their contribu- tion to the equestrian com- munity. The Feather River College rodeo teamand Ag Metal Fabrication class install corrals at Snake Lake. Photos submitted :Snake Lake, a popular recreation area northwest of American Valley, is receiving a lot of ' campground upgrades for equestrian and off-highway vehicle users. Fish passage reference database now online Department of Fish and Game biologists, managers, engineers and others have a new tool for fisheries man- agement. It is an online database of citations of cur- rent and historic literature on the technical aspects of fish passage including, engi- neering, biology, design and other relevant disciplines. The American Society of Civil Engineers Environ- mental and Water Re- sources Institute -American Fisheries Society Bioengi- neering Section Partnership Development Ad Hoc Com- mittee announced the avail- ability of the Joint EWRI- AFS Fish Passage Reference Database last week at Fish Passage 2012, a national meeting in Massachusetts. The EWRI-AFS Partner- ship Development Ad Hoc Committee, chaired by DFG engineer Marcin Whitman, has created this database as part of its goal to develop initiatives for new projects to facilitate the transfer of fish passage information and technology. The data- base i'ncludes compilations of existing literature data- bases and bibliographies from multiple sources, both published and unpublished (i.e., reports, gray litera. ture). It is intended to be a clearinghouse for new liter- ature as it becomes avail- able. The database will pro- vide a resource for use by fishery biologists, managers, engineers and people in both the public and private sec- tors seeking information about fish passage. "This database represents many hours of work by the committee as well as fiscal donations by ASCE, the Bu- reau of Reclamation; Uni- versity of Massachusetts and others," said Whitman. "This group has been the highest-performing profes- sional volunteer group i have ever worked with and we hope this will serve as a useful resource to promote fish passage." The database can be ac- cessed via http://scholarworks.umass. edu/fishpassage. Database users may search for cita- tions (many with accompa- nying abstracts) using au- thor, journal and/or subject keywords, and may add new citations to the database through the Scholarworks Web portal. To enhance the effective- ness of the database and its repository function, practitioners in fish passage can also add records to the database us- ing the "author's corner" on the Fish Passage Reference Database website. Support for the database was provided by the Univer- sity of Massachusetts De- partment of Civil and Envi- ronmental Engineering, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Hydraulic Investigations and Laboratory Services Group, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Region 5) and the U.S. Geological Sur- vey S.C. 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