On yesterday's North Bay Report we heard about some of the projects underway this year for the Russian River. The watershed is home to many state and local efforts to bring back threatened and endangered fish. In the final part of our series, KRCB's Danielle Venton reports on the river's water quality and finds that while things have improved, there is still a long way to go. (Image: The Russian River near Monte Rio, Calif. Courtesy of Flickr/Steve Shupe.)
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency calls non-point sources our nation's largest water quality problem. Local experts say that's true in the Russian River too. Learn more from the regional Water Quality Control Board.