The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network is moving forward with a project to restore floodplain and riparian habitat along one mile of Lagunitas Creek—which hosts one of the largest populations of endangered coho salmon in the state—where the communities of Jewell and Tocaloma once stood. Late last month, the National Park Service, the landowner and lead agency . . .

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