Resilience on the River


The Klamath River is in trouble. Its once abundant salmon population has dropped to dangerously low levels, with some species on the brink of extinction. What caused the decline of the salmon, a fish that is vital to the people living along the river? And how did a grassroots campaign, led by indigenous community members, change the course of the Klamath River’s future?

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