Habitat Recovery on the Pajaro River

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CHEER fish rescue courtesy Milbrand Cinema 2014 0In 2006, the Pajaro River on California’s central coast came out of obscurity to make national headlines—for the wrong reason: it was named the most endangered river in America.

A new video from Trout Unlimited shows that, despite the river’s many challenges, the potential for successful habitat restoration in the Pajaro is strong. That’s because in 2009 TU, CHEER, and the Center for Ecosystem Management  and Restoration (CEMAR) teamed up to “think big and start small” in restoring steelhead habitat in the Pajaro.

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