$500 salmon versus $10 trout

Cline, Harry
April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/30/2012, p3
The article presents two fish projects in two separate locations in California. It describes the 41,000 U.S. dollar Shaver Lake trophy trout raising project and the 20 million U.S. dollar San Joaquin River salmon restocking project on top of the billion dollar river restoration plan. The author addresses the controversial allocation of taxpayer's fund to a questionable Central Valley venture.


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