Ripples From A Salmon Legacy
Salmon and stream ecology are typically fields reserved for scientists and fish biologists. That's what Peter Donaldson observed growing up. Peter's grandfather taught at the University of Washington, and his father was the first scientist appointed director of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Department. Together they handed Peter an 80–year legacy of salmon science. Peter talks with KUOW's Sarah Waller about how he's swimming up a slightly different stream.
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