Salmon Decline In Northern California Is Bad News For Yurok TribePlay
The Yurok Tribe in northwest California has lived along and fished the Klamath River for centuries. Salmon is integral to their culture and way of life — essential to ceremonies for food, and for income.
But this fall, the number of chinook salmon making their way from the ocean up the Klamath is the lowest on record. Lisa Morehouse (@cafoodways) from KQED reports.
This piece is part of the series California Foodways and was produced in collaboration with the Food & Environment Reporting Network, a non-profit, investigative news organization.
This segment aired on October 27, 2017.