Lily Allen, left, holds a temperature gauge in place while Rafael Gonzalez shovels gravel to hold it into place in the American River at Sailor Bar on Friday in Fair Oaks. The gauges will allow the biologists to monitor effects on steelhead and salmon from declining flows caused by drought
Lily Allen, left, holds a temperature gauge in place while Rafael Gonzalez shovels gravel to hold it into place in the American River at Sailor Bar on Friday in Fair Oaks. The gauges will allow the biologists to monitor effects on steelhead and salmon from declining flows caused by drought Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com
Lily Allen, left, holds a temperature gauge in place while Rafael Gonzalez shovels gravel to hold it into place in the American River at Sailor Bar on Friday in Fair Oaks. The gauges will allow the biologists to monitor effects on steelhead and salmon from declining flows caused by drought Brian Nguyen bnguyen@sacbee.com

Drought threatens American River fish

March 28, 2015 5:19 PM

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