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EPA Identifies Local Impaired Waterways
Written by Will Houston, Times Standard   

Six rivers, creeks listed for fecal contamination

7/10/15

Six local waterways have been officially recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as being impaired by fecal bacteria, thus beginning what may be a lengthy assessment to identify and mitigate the sources of pollution.

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Clam Beach Makes State ‘Bummer’ List; Other Humboldt stretches of sand get A’s


Written by Hunter Cresswell, Times Standard   

6/18/15





For the second year running, a beach near McKinleyville has been named to a water quality watchdog’s list of the worst beaches in the state.




According to the annual Beach Report Card compiled by Heal the Bay, a Southern California-based advocacy group that grades beaches along the West Coast, Humboldt County’s Clam Beach landed the No. 3 spot on the list, this year slipping from a “D” grade to an “F.”

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Humboldt Rowing Association Looks to Promote Rowing and Conservation
Written by Sarah Marshall, US Rowing Association   

5/29/15


As the 14th annual National Learn to Row Day on June 6 draws near, rowing communities across the country are hosting events to welcome new athletes to the sport of rowing. The Humboldt Bay Rowing Association in Eureka, Calif., has partnered with the Humboldt BayKeeper to not only promote rowing, but also to encourage conservation and clean water.

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U.S. Mine Corp withdraws Samoa Pulp Mill site proposal
Written by Juniper Rose, Times Standard   

3/10/15


Time commitment, monetary risks and public outcry led the U.S. Mine Corp to pull out of negotiations for leasing a section of the Samoa Pulp Mill site during the early stages.

 

“We were able to do some more research and take a more specific look at costs, permitting and timelines for agency approval and public approval,” US Mine Corp general manager Guy Reed said. “We just felt it was a risk the company wasn’t willing to take.”

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Mining corporation sets sights on pulp mill 


Written by Juniper Rose, Times Standard   

Processing facility could expand mining along coast 



2/11/15



 

A mining company wants to open up an ore-to-gold processing facility on the Samoa Peninsula and representatives of the corporation plan to present their interest in leasing a section of the pulp mill site during a Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District meeting on Thursday.




The Yuba City-based mining company, US Mine Corp., will be offering $5,000 to secure a sixmonth period in which it is the only company that can make offers to the harbor district for Redwood Terminal 2, harbor district Executive Director Jack Crider said.

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