by Bill Jacobson
After 70 or more years of no Wild Coho salmon runs on Blueline creek in western Marin County, mankind’s wisdom keepers returned in the late 1990’s.Some many later, they still return. This area, broken down by a neglectful Highway 1 construction practice and years of over grazed creek banks, this tributary of water to nearby Olema Creek found solace and respect in the volunteers, ranchers, spiritual practitioners, and science professionals, who worked together to help restore this creek and welcome back Wild Coho.
This photograph is of the first spawners to return to the creek. Male watching over female.
I trust your family is well wise ones.