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Want to see the inside of the Lake Shasta Caverns? This online experience will blow your mind Read more

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The longest tributary to Shasta Lake, the Pit River begins in a series of small forks in Lassen and Modoc Counties. It remains rather slow and sluggish until... Read more

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Many of the NorCal rivers are open to trout fishing year round, but opening day has become a symbolic rite of passage and an official holiday with fishermen Read more

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Dr Pepper Snapple Group and The Nature Conservancy are once again teaming up on environmental stewardship projects to protect vital water resources in Northern California Read more

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Dropping into the Lava Beds National Monument. Video by Caleb Rasmussen. Read more

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The battle included two Native American tribes, the sheriff's department, gold miners, the famous writer Joaquin Miller and an instigator named Mountain Joe Read more

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In the past 10 years, the largest return of steelhead the hatchery has seen was 3,600 during the 2014-15 season. That number was nearly tripled this season. Read more

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It was on April 7 around 6:30 pm when Billy Driessen hooked the catch of the lifetime on the Sacramento River below Chico Read more

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The droughts of 2014 and 1976 were a desperate time in Northern California and we have the photos to prove it Read more

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Last year, following the incredibly snowy winter of 2017, the road didn't fully open until July 26 Read more

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The rattlesnake was believed to be 9-12 inches long, indicating it was most likely an adolescent Read more

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A study released by UCLA climatologists have found that climate change will produce "precipitation whiplash" in California, with droughts followed by intensely wet winters Read more

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Many key salamander habitats were lost when they were submerged in Shasta Lake, after the construction of Shasta Dam Read more

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The non-profit event raises $150,000 annually for Anderson Valley non-profit organizations Read more

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California Department of Fish and Wildlife followed multiple tips to catch Korean and Chinese nationals poaching the popular plants along the coastline Read more

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The site is a great example of the establishment of social and economic community between Native American people and the European immigrant society in Humboldt County Read more

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Much of the money will be allocated to the 13-mile long Sites Reservoir in Colusa County Read more

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