Restoring the San Joaquin River
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Restoring the San Joaquin River

Posted by on Tuesday, May 3 2011

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After 60 years, the San Joaquin River again flows to the sea and salmon runs are being restored. But many challenges remain in the river's revival. Featuring Switzer Fellows Peter Vorster and Mark Tompkins. Produced by 2003 Switzer Fellow Jim Downing.

 
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