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California conservationists and farmers unite to protect salmon

Salmon leap up a waterfall on a fast-flowing river. Image: UNSPLASH/Brandon

Daniel Trotta

Journalist, Reuters

Nathan Frandino

Journalist, Reuters


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'A researcher from University of California, Davis catches hatchery salmon from a tank to measure their size, as part of a joint project between ecologists and rice farmers trying to reclaim the great flood plains of the Sacramento River for salmon habitat, in Robbins, California'. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Barria
'Jordan Colby, a researcher with the University of California Davis, measures baby salmon in a flooded rice field in Robbins, California, U.S.' Image: REUTERS/Nathan Frandino

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