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.

Guests:

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

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