Battle over Battle Creek

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State government cash to the tune of $128 million has been set aside for a project to revive the endangered salmon and steelhead populations in Battle Creek near Mount Lassen. But environmentalists have filed for an injunction to stop a timber company's logging plans, saying they may endanger the creek restoration project.

We talk to the stakeholders.


Richard Stapler, spokesman for the California Natural Resources Agency

Marily Woodhouse, director of the Battle Creek Alliance and a longtime resident of the area

Justin Augustine, staff attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity

Ed Murphy, manager of resource inventory systems at Sierra Pacific Industries