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Winnemem Wintu hold salmon ceremony at Glen Cove
Dan Bacher
"We may be few but we are not alone," said Caleen Sisk-Franco, spiritual leader and chief of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe. "There are people all over the world who are standing up and fighting for Mother Earth. To stop development, to stop the dams, and the mining." Below is the latest update from about the salmon ceremony held by the Winnemem Wintu (McCloud River) Tribe that is fighting to bring back winter-run Chinook salmon to the McCloud River above Shasta Dam. Photo of Winnemem Wintu Tribe leaders at Glen Cove courtesy of

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