GSSA Santa Rosa Dinner Rescheduled to May 15

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by GGSA Staff

In response to uncertainty and concerns about public gatherings because of coronavirus in northern California, the Golden State Salmon Association is postponing it’s Santa Rosa dinner from April 3 to Friday, May 15.  
Refunds for tickets already bought are available for any who need them but we hope you’ll be able to be with us on May 15th.  We apologize for the inconvenience this change causes but hope you support our decision and the reasons for it.  

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The Golden Gate Salmon Association is a coalition of salmon advocates that includes commercial and recreational salmon fisherman, businesses, restaurants, a native tribe, environmentalists, elected officials, families and communities that rely on salmon. 

GGSA’s mission is to restore California salmon for their economic, recreational, commercial, environmental, cultural and health values.

Currently, California’s salmon industry is valued at $1.4 billion in economic activity annually in a regular season and about half that much in economic activity and jobs again in Oregon. The industry employs tens of thousands of people from Santa Barbara to northern Oregon. This is a huge economic bloc made up of commercial fishermen, recreational fishermen (fresh and salt water), fish processors, marinas, coastal communities, equipment manufacturers, the hotel and food industry, tribes, and the salmon fishing industry at large.

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