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Saving Salmon Podcast
15 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Episode 1 - The Leaper
Wild Atlantic salmon once thrived in the U.S. from Long Island Sound to the Canadian border. Today the species is hanging tough in a handful of Maine rivers. In Episode 1 Charlie and Caroline look at the life history of this incredible species and the factors driving survival.
19 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Episode 2 - The Human Connection
People and wild Atlantic salmon have a relationship that reaches deep into history. From the first people, to the first settlers, to the first anglers taking this 'King of Fish' on tiny flies, wild Atlantic salmon have left an indelible mark on civilization, past and present.
16 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Episode 3 - Recovery
Blocked by dams and harmed by pollution, wild Atlantic salmon in the United States have faced an uphill battle for centuries. Today, a dedicated corps of conservationists, scientists, and volunteers are re-opening rivers and keeping Maine's unique salmon populations alive. But can the species persist in the face of warming waters and a changing climate?
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