A Push To Protect Oregon Spring Chinook Salmon Gets A Boost From Genetic Science

A logjam on a river can be a beautiful thing—especially if you’re a salmon. Logjams collect the gravel salmon need to lay their eggs.

But if you’re a spring chinook on the South Umpqua, the slick gray-green sheets of rock that line the course of the river can be a bleak place.

Source: A Push To Protect Oregon Spring Chinook Salmon Gets A Boost From Genetic Science | Jefferson Public Radio