Lake Shasta’s already low level is being maintained so water can be released later this year as a way to protect Chinook salmon from higher water temperatures.
Lake Shasta’s already low level is being maintained so water can be released later this year as a way to protect Chinook salmon from higher water temperatures. Andreas Fuhrmann Redding Record Searchlight
Lake Shasta’s already low level is being maintained so water can be released later this year as a way to protect Chinook salmon from higher water temperatures. Andreas Fuhrmann Redding Record Searchlight

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