A federal judge ruled the needs of salmon in a Northern California river outweighed the needs of farmers

In his ruling O’Neill cited testimony from biologists who said without additional water the migrating salmon in the Klamath River could become stuck in one place and become susceptible to a parasitic disease like the illness that killed tens of thousands of fish in the Klamath back in 2002. The Trinity flows into the Klamath in Northern California, some 500 miles from Fresno. [email protected]  06:10

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