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Salmon Advocates Escalate Pressure on Marin County To Stop Weakening Salmon Protection
by Teri Shore
Newspaper Ad By 22 Conservation and Fishing Groups Says "There's Something Fishy Going On In Marin" In an escalating campaign to pressure Marin County supervisors to protect endangered coho salmon from extinction, yesterday twenty-two conservation and fishing organizations from across the Western U.S. placed a full-page in the Marin Independent Journal calling for immediate adoption of a strong stream conservation ordinance that prioritizes salmon protection. Failing to do so, the ad warned, could spell extinction for Marin’s coho salmon, one of the last remaining wild runs of Central California's coho salmon. See full list of organizations below.

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