“The annual Winters Salmon Festival returned on Saturday, Nov. 5, after not being held since 2019 due to the pandemic. The Salmon Festival celebrates the annual return and migration of the fall-run Chinook salmon to the lower Putah Creek habitat. Many attendees walked along the creek in hopes of glimpsing the salmon as they made their way up.
Rich Marovich was celebrated for his 21 years of service as the Solano County Water Agency’s streamkeeper. A bench featuring detailed salmon in metal was dedicated in honor of his legacy, and Marovich received resolutions from Assemblymemer Cecilia Aguiar-Curry and Congressman John Garamendi.” [Read More]