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In Northern California, Researchers Hope Bugs Will Help Salmon Survive Migration04:21
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Jacob Katz, with California Trout, says growing bugs in rice fields could be part of the solution for boosting salmon populations in rivers statewide. (Ezra David Romero/Capital Public Radio)
Jacob Katz, with California Trout, says growing bugs in rice fields could be part of the solution for boosting salmon populations in rivers statewide. (Ezra David Romero/Capital Public Radio)
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Farmers and scientists in the Sacramento region in California are working together to help boost salmon populations in the state's rivers. But they are doing something a little different — growing creepy-crawly critters.

Capital Public Radio's Ezra David Romero (@ezraromero) reports.

This article was originally published on April 09, 2018.

This segment aired on May 8, 2018.

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