10 Fish Conservation Success Stories to Celebrate » Big Springs Creek runs through TNCÕs Shasta Big Springs Ranch in Siskiyou County, California. The Klamath River was once the 3rd largest source of salmon on the Pacific coast, with the Shasta River producing more than half of its salmon. The majority of

The Conservancy's Shasta Big Springs Ranch, California. © Erika Nortemann/TNC

The Conservancy’s Shasta Big Springs Ranch, California. © Erika Nortemann/TNC

(ALL RIGHTS) October 2010. Big Springs Creek runs through TNCÕs Shasta Big Springs Ranch in Siskiyou County, California. The Klamath River was once the 3rd largest source of salmon on the Pacific coast, with the Shasta River producing more than half of its salmon. The majority of which were reared in the waters on Shasta Big Springs Ranch. The Conservancy purchased Shasta Big Springs Ranch in March 2009 to monitor and restore these vital waters. Photo credit: Erika Nortemann/© 2010 The Nature Conservancy


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