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A tale of two (Cedar) rivers

“So thick you could walk across the river on their backs.”

“That’s what they used to say about salmon in the river,” says Charles Ruthford, a longtime Cedar River Salmon Journey volunteer. This free, family-friendly program takes place at sites along the Cedar River each fall, offering opportunities for the public to see and learn about salmon, the river and the watershed.  

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Sea otter wrapped in kelp

Weakening of the Endangered Species Act hurts wildlife recovery

In May, the United Nations released a research report forecasting the extinction of nearly 1 million animal and plant species due to climate change and human impacts to the environment.Things took a turn for the worse today as the Trump Administration released revised regulations for implementing the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

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