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Coho Released into Dry Creek

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Coho Released into Dry Creek

On Friday, 22 November, in a joint effort by the Water agency and the Army Corps, two thousand 9-month-old coho salmon "fingerlings" were released into habitat restoration sites along Dry Creek and at Dry Creek Vineyard in Healdsburg. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

  • Mark Cederborg

    The project in this article was constructed by Sonoma’s own Hanford ARC :)