Juliet Grable http://ijpr.org en Hands Across The Watershed http://ijpr.org/post/hands-across-watershed <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">They’re almost unfathomable, those images from a not-so-distant past: Streams thick with flashing bodies. Wagons overflowing with fish. Canneries on every major river. The salmon may be the iconic symbol of the Pacific Northwest, but in less than 150 years, the breathtaking bounty of its numbers has dwindled to wan runs supplemented by hatchery stock. In particular, several runs of Coho are in trouble, including the federally Threatened Southern Oregon/Northern California Coast population.</span></p> Tue, 01 Oct 2013 23:04:18 +0000 Juliet Grable 726 at http://ijpr.org Hands Across The Watershed