Kevin Lee fishes from the dam at the Mendota Pool, along the San Joaquin River. The long-running river restoration project is poised to begin building a bypass channel around the pool so salmon can swim unobstructed to the ocean.
Kevin Lee fishes from the dam at the Mendota Pool, along the San Joaquin River. The long-running river restoration project is poised to begin building a bypass channel around the pool so salmon can swim unobstructed to the ocean. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
Kevin Lee fishes from the dam at the Mendota Pool, along the San Joaquin River. The long-running river restoration project is poised to begin building a bypass channel around the pool so salmon can swim unobstructed to the ocean. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
Earth Log

Earth Log

The latest on the Valley's water and air-quality issues from Mark Grossi

San Joaquin River restoration timetable extended

July 31, 2015 01:28 PM

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Mark Grossi has the pulse of the San Joaquin Valley ecosystem, writing since 1993 about subjects such as the region's notorious air quality, the restoration of the San Joaquin River and unhealthy drinking water in rural towns. Twitter: @markgrossi Mark retired from The Bee in October 2015.