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Active NorCal | An Oral History of the Cantara Chemical Spill on the Sacramento River
Posted by: WebDigger ()
Date: October 05, 2022 10:52PM

On July 14th, 1991, "A Southern Pacific railroad train derailed above Dunsmuir dumping thousands of gallons of the toxic herbicide metam sodium into the river. Every fish, insect, crayfish, mollusk and aquatic plant died in the days that followed as the poison made its way toward Shasta Lake.

The following is a conversation between two people intimately involved. Mike Berry was in charge of California’s Wild Trout Program for DFG (California Department of Fish & Game, now called Dept. of Fish & Wildlife) in northern California. Chip O’Brien was a Regional Manager for the conservation group California Trout.
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-- [www.activenorcal.com]

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