Destroying Alameda Creek 

A Caltrans road-widening project will cut down more than four hundred trees, and could ruin restored habitat for steelhead and salmon.

The Alameda Creek Alliance has an admittedly narrow aim: securing safe passage and spawning habitat for wild steelhead and salmon along Alameda Creek, the East Bay's largest and longest waterway. The nonprofit formed in 1997 after steelhead trout on the Central California…

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