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Trinity River Restoration Program

When: Fri., May 12, 7:30-9 p.m. 2017

Join Redwood Region Audubon Society for this free presentation. The Trinity River has experienced many impacts including intensive gold mining, timber harvest, dam construction, and water diversion. Native salmon and steelhead populations have declined significantly since dam construction. Restoration efforts to improve the native fisheries started in 1976. Andreas Krause, engineer and geomorphologist with the Yurok Tribe, and Dr. Sarah Rockwell, research biologist with Klamath Bird Observatory, will talk about about the river's history, modern restoration efforts, and the current status of the river's birds. Bring a mug for coffee, and come fragrance free.

Price: Free

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