Four years ago a group set out to protect a local stream. Their efforts have helped rejuvenate Spawn Creek, a critical homeground of the rare Bonneville cutthroat trout
Four years ago a group set out to protect a local stream. Their efforts have helped rejuvenate Spawn Creek, a critical homeground of the rare Bonneville cutthroat trout

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t was once believed the Bpure strains of Bonneville cutthroat trout were extinct,C according to the Western Native Trout Campaign. BHowever some pure populations have been found.C

Several spawning grounds for those BpureC populations are located in tributaries of the Logan River, including Spawn Creek, which feeds into Temple Fork.

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