In March 2009, The Nature Conservancy announced the protection of the 4,543-acre Shasta Big Springs Ranch in Siskiyou County, California, which will have a resounding impact on salmon, steelhead and other important species throughout the Klamath basin. As climate change progresses, the area could also become one of the last and best strongholds for coho and other salmon species in California.
Friday, 22 May 2009 08:30
Salmon Country - CaliforniaWritten by Dustin Rocksvold
Published in Education
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