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July 30, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 7 Sea Grant turns 25 as coastal concerns crest i, 100 a region of beau- unsurpassed in No wonder 80% of lives within the 20 bordering the Pacific San Francisco Bay. 100 million visitors year, lured of golden sand and surf. just It contributes more billion a year to the omy--a figure com- production--ac- to a study by the Research Bureau in found that sev- industries jobs. Tour- : recreations pending he economic f shipping Seaport activity; off- and mineral pro- Commercial fishing; and kelp harvest- thee marine in- With resource agencies ents, and with is a small team of UC cooperative Extension pro- fessionals. The team--two ma- rine specialists and seven county-based advisors--makes up the California Sea Grant Ex- tension Program, which cele- brates its 25th year in 1998. Coinciding with this anniversa- ry is a new wave of legislation reflecting the public&apos;s heightened concern about coastal resources. More than 50 ocean-related bills have flowed from the state Legislature recently. They focus on several areas of concern, in- cluding the status of commercial fisheries, pollution of coastal waters, and management of coastal and marine ecosystems. Overfishing has seriously de- pleted abalone, salmon, squid and sea urchin fisheries. For example, white abalone may soon be the first marine species to become extinct in California. After years of poaching and over- harvesting, a recent survey found only 11 white abalone in state waters, and only one of them was female. In May, the Fish and Game Commission de- clared a temporary moratorium registration starts place Saturday, at five locations the county. Ls personnel, finan- and counselors will 10 am to 4 pm School, SR- at Coddingtown, Rosa Campus, .y High School, and Center. be Santa Rosa campus Petaluma Center. all locations is free. con- through Thurs- day from 8 am to 8 pm and Friday from 8 am to 5 pm at SRJC's Santa Rosa Campus and Petalu- ma Center through the first weeks of school. SRJC's Center at Coddingtown is open seven days a week: Monday through FTiday from 11 am to 7 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. Students with a current appli- cation on file can register for SRJC classes by telephone. For more information, contact the college's Admissions and Records Offices (707)527-4685. Fall classes at SRJC begin August 18. on all harvesting of red abalone south of San Francisco, closing the last commercial abalone fish- ery in California. In this special issue of Califor- nia Agriculture, Sea Grant sci- entists discuss the following subjects: Sustaining ocean fisheries. California has one of the world's most productive and intensely harvested marine fisheries ar- eas. But increased fishing, ex- panding human population and decreases in water quality and quantity are putting a strain on the state's coastal marine re- sources. In the 21st century, signifi- cant changes in the way we man- age these resources are likely to occur. Market-based manage- ment systems with exclusive "property rights" to harvest a share of the total allowable catch are likely to increase. Communi- ty-based management of fisher- ies also may grow. Human activities, climate changes affect marine popula-- tion s. Upwelling of nutrient-rich waters makes California's coast- al ocean one of the most produc- tive in the world. Better understanding of the year-to- year changes in populations due to El Ninos, and recent aware- ness of decade-to-decade chang- es and widespread changes in the ocean and atmosphere, have improved our ability to project the effects of fishing and climate change on marine populations. Additional research is needed to reduce the uncertainty in popu- lation prediction that leads to overfishing and confounds re- covery planning for endangered species such as winter-run Chi- nook salmon. Sea Grant seeks new drugs from the sea. ARer more than 20 years of leadership in the field of marine drug discovery, Sea Grant researchers are now dem- onstrating that marine organ- isms are an excellent source of new drugs. New treatments have been discovered for arthritis and cancer, and novel molecular probes have been commercial- ized that allow studies of previ- ously unknown cellular processes. As this field matures, Help Rehcti'00ilitate the GouldShaw House Ctoverdale Museum Our museum building has been declared unsafe and we need to seismically repair the museum stmctu. We ask that you make any donation you can to help us achieve our goal. All gifts are tax deductible, and you will receive written acknowledgement of any gift over $25. Yes I want to help rehabilitate the Gould/Shaw House, Cioverdale Historical Society Museum. Enclosed Is my tax deductible contribution of: (Please make checks payable to: Cloverdale Historical Society) Name: Address: City: St: Zip In Memory of: it has become clear that the world's oceans contain an enor- mous wealth of medical infor- mation that will continue to contribute to the discovery of new cures for human disease. Monitoring and proper han- dling ensure seafood safety. Sea- foods are among the safest foods we eat. Proper cooking destroys viruses, bacteria and parasites that can contaminate seafood. However, seafood may also con- tain natural toxins that are not destroyed by heat such as the scombroid toxin formed by his- tamines in spoiled fresh alba- core and other tuna-like species. Monitoring programs and han- dling procedures play important roles in protecting consumers from these toxins. To further seafood safety, the Sea Grant Extension Program is educating the seafood industry about the Hazard Analysis and critical Control Point (HACCP) system. California's Sea Grant Pro- gram, which promotes the state wise use and preservation of its marine resources, is the largest in the nation with an annual budget of $4.5 million. The California Sea Grant Col- lege System is headquartered at UC San Diego's Scripps Institu- tion of Oceanography, but Sea Grant-funded projects are also found at Stanford, Humboldt State and the California Insti- tute of Technology. Visiting Home Care tailors itself to meet your needs Sometimes its hard asking people for help. It's just little things you need, but still you don't want to feel like you're burdeningyour family or friends. You want to feel that you can take care of things yourself. But who can you trust? Visiting Home Care has 13 highly trained caregivers in Clo- verdale who are supervised by a registered nurse. They offer homemaker companion and per- sonal care services including pro- viding trips to the doctor, grocery shopping, bathing and respite care. Their services are tailored to meet your needs. According to Clinical Director-Administrator Laura Clopton, RN, they can staff short term, long term, and fulfill last minute needs. =We also take great care to match up the caregiver and the client to make sure they have a good working relationship," Clopton said. Caregivers also undergo a criminal background check be- fore they are hired. Laura Clopton, RN, The company has been in Clo- verdale for a year and provides their services to 20 local resi- dents. There is also an office in Santa Rosa. They offer very com- petitive rates, and grants allow for subsidizing the cost of care for some patients. Visiting Home Care is located at 240 North Cloverdale Boule- vard, #B. Phone, 894-8664. Manzanita Visiting Home Care Nursing & Rehabilitation Center .... SkilledNursmgSpeci'zmg i 4lI,,, 8r, for seniors at 61mWalDlrector-Administrator  in Rehabilitative Care _ 695 Cherry Creek Rd. " 300 Cherry Creek Road -- - --NEW-EA-TioN.---- - 894-5201 '900 "qL Filrna We#on. AaPninistrator  804-8(0)4 Fax 894-2499 Cleanvater Lodge Hr. Skilled Nursing Specializing Lynn Dougan Randy Wttelstadt P.O. BOX 397 FAX Cloverdale, CA 95425 Coun ryside 1 or. 0ismunt Smlw """ Pl b" -- um In PF"ESgONALSEmt Remodel RapaWs Gu & Sewer Umm. Dralrm Tile Irmlellation & Repair. Faucet Slmdalist 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE THOMAS BRUNELLE .894-2482. PAGER 325-7422 GENERAL CONTRACTOR / .- INSURED / .]1 IM uc NO4.,3,rs / . Custom Homes / rHt UHIC Remodeling / . 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