In an effort to kickstart a slumping salmon population, East Bay Municipal Utility District is pumping extra water from Camanche Reservoir into the Mokelumne River next month.
The influx of water, called pulse flows, will help on several fronts, said Jose Setka, supervising fisheries and wildlife biologist at EBMUD. One way is to attract Chinook salmon, whose numbers in the Mokelumne River have been dwindling.
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