Last Call for Coho 

An iconic species on the brink in the Mattole Valley and beyond

Scores of young fish gleam like sparkling confetti as they swirl around in a submerged metal box. Volunteers and employees of the nonprofit Mattole Salmon Group are tallying fish as they migrate from the Mattole River's headwaters toward the ocean. The workers…

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