Salmon Find an Ally in the Far East of Russia

“Now, in a nation with a dreary environmental record that is engaged in a rush to extract its resources, the Kamchatka Peninsula’s governments are at work on proposals that would designate seven sprawling tracts of wilderness as salmon-protected areas, a network of refuges for highly valuable fish that would be the first of its kind.”

This piece appeared in The New York Times. By C.J. Chivers.

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