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  • Randall Benton / rbenton@sacbee.com

    Rex Truelock, a lead worker for Sacramento's Department of Utilities, helps guide a bulldozer along the American River near River Bend Park in Rancho Cordova on Friday, when the latest phase of a project to restore salmon spawning areas in the river was launched.

  • Randall Benton / rbenton@sacbee.com

    Stream beds undergo strengthening.

A new day spawns on American River

Published: Saturday, Sep. 7, 2013 - 12:00 am

Rex Truelock a lead worker for Sacramento's Department of Utilities, helps guide a bulldozer along the American River near River Bend Park in Rancho Cordova on Friday, when the latest phase of a project to restore salmon spawning areas in the river was launched.

The work is expected to cost $400,000 this year.

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