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The U.S. Forest Service has again commenced restoration work in the Yankee Fork basin east of Stanley.
This year, the agency is focusing on two projects. One, dubbed the West Fork Confluence Stream Restoration Project, will aim at restoring fish habitat impacted by dredge mining. In addition to providing improved habitat for cutthroat trout, the project is aimed at helping salmon and steelhead that spawn in the stream.
Within less than a year, as many as 50,000 marijuana growers in California could be required to obtain state permits for the irrigation water they consume.
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