Oregon program recycles salmon carcasses to put nutrients in streams

An Oregon marine program is being billed as “stream enrichment,” but it’s a lot smellier than it sounds. That’s because the program really comes down to dumping hundreds of excess hatchery fish carcasses into tributaries. It’s a conservation program billed as a way to make up for the loss of marine-derived nutrients that get flushed from West Coast streams. Read more here