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Associated Press
By Scott Smith
Saturday, October 22, 2016

Rene Henery, California science director for Trout Unlimited, a party to the lawsuit, said the state lost sight of the river's essential role in its rush to develop a vast system of dams, reservoirs and canals that spawned a thriving farm economy.
He noted other large government projects — bridges, airports and mass transit systems — often run over budget and past deadlines, but the benefits outweigh the costs in this restoration project.
The San Joaquin will help recharge the valley's depleted groundwater supplies that have caused the land to sink and will open recreation opportunities, spurring their own economic vitality, he said.
Most importantly, he said, salmon will again migrate from the Pacific hundreds of miles inland forming a critical link between the land and sea.

By Richard Belisle
Monday, October 17, 2016
Shepherdstown (W.Va.) Chronicle
Friday, October 14, 2016
Seven Jefferson County Schools (JCS) teachers, have begun a hands-on science program called Trout in the Classroom throughout five different JCS school buildings. Brook Trout eggs arrived in the classrooms on Oct.
Vermont Business Magazine
Thursday, October 13, 2016
The Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC) and the Vermont State Council of Trout Unlimited (VTTU) announced that they have filed a cross appeal in the on-going appeal of the water quality certificate issued by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resour
Fetch Your News
By Laura Love
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
In earlier years, the trash haul from the Toccoa included a partially submerged sofa, washing machine, toilet, buggy, tires so laden with silt that they had to be dug out of the river bed.

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