John Davids of the Oakdale Irrigation District and Jason Guignard of FishBio, an Oakdale firm that does fisheries research and conservation projects, review a side channel off the main Stanislaus River where salmon spawn in 2012. The district reshaped gravel beds to help the fish spawn and improve their survival conditions.
John Davids of the Oakdale Irrigation District and Jason Guignard of FishBio, an Oakdale firm that does fisheries research and conservation projects, review a side channel off the main Stanislaus River where salmon spawn in 2012. The district reshaped gravel beds to help the fish spawn and improve their survival conditions. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file
John Davids of the Oakdale Irrigation District and Jason Guignard of FishBio, an Oakdale firm that does fisheries research and conservation projects, review a side channel off the main Stanislaus River where salmon spawn in 2012. The district reshaped gravel beds to help the fish spawn and improve their survival conditions. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file

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