Protecting fish will ultimately restore our rivers, improving water quality for us all | LA Times 

Locals who like to fish off the coast might be surprised to learn that Southern California steelhead were once prized catches along the coast. With dwindling population numbers, these fish are now federally endangered. Source: Protecting fish will ultimately restore our rivers, improving water quality for us all
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With S.F. seawall crumbling, $425 million bond for repairs likely to make ballot | San Francisco Chronicle

A proposed $425 million San Francisco bond measure to kick-start vital repairs to the city’s fragile Embarcadero seawall cleared an important hurdle Monday, pushing it closer to a spot on the November ballot. Source: With S.F. seawall crumbling, $425 million bond for repairs likely to make ballot – San Francisco Chronicle
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100-day salmon season for 2018 | Curry Coastal Pilot

Recreational fishing in Southern Oregon will have a 100-day season this year to take advantage of the fall Chinook salmon heading north to the Rogue River in Gold Beach. The decisions to have an uninterrupted season from May 19 to Aug. 26 was announced Tuesday. Source: 100-day salmon season for 2018;
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California Offshore Oil Firms Hit With Nearly 400 Violations | NBC Southern California

Oil and gas companies drilling in state waters off Southern California violated regulations nearly 400 times in the past three years, according to a report being released this week by an environmental group. Source: California Offshore Oil Firms Hit With Nearly 400 Violations – NBC Southern California
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