As the Valley’s bank of natural resources, the predicament of the 366-mile river is begging to lighten up. After 60 years of disappearing and/or invasive plants and animals, it’s practically an amazing breakthrough in the restoration of the San Joaquin.
Once these fresh water fish establish permanence, other wildlife will be attracted. It’ll trip the cycle of nature back into track. Scavengers, predators and plants will spread green and lush along its bank.
With government funding and political reformation on the go, hopefully the river will be revitalized and continue to inspire and sustain our future generations.
Zeinbell Som, Clovis