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Noun1.Mattole - a member of the Athapaskan people living in northwestern California
Athabaskan, Athapascan, Athapaskan, Athabascan - a member of any of the North American Indian groups speaking an Athapaskan language and living in the subarctic regions of western Canada and central Alaska
2.Mattole - the Athapaskan language spoken by the Mattole
Athabascan, Athapaskan language, Athabaskan, Athapascan, Athapaskan - a group of Amerindian languages (the name coined by an American anthropologist, Edward Sapir)
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The Eel, Trinity and Mattole Rivers and Redwood Creek are all considered "heavily impacted by marijuana grows.
Uniquely, Symbiodinium from three major genotype groups were found at the Mattole Road sampling site (five individual anemones hosted Type I-l-A, one Type I-l-B, and three Type II-4-C).
For example, in the 2004 legislative session, Governor Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 2121, requiring that SWRCB develop instream flow guidelines from San Francisco Bay north to the Mattole River, Mendocino County, which is an area that covers Marin, Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, and southern Humboldt counties.
On the opposite side of the canvas, our kids depicted the Mattole River and the hill that stands between our school and the Pacific, framed by the trunk and branches of a Douglas fir, a wild iris at its feet, and a salmon leaping from the water.
One third of the Mattole, home to the largest stand of old-growth Douglas fir on the planet, some 1,000 acres, has been logged in the last two years.
On March 8, members of the Mattole Forest Defenders unfurl a banner in the second largest remaining stand of old-growth Douglas fir.
I've heard reports of flocks of up to a hundred wild turkeys fifteen miles up the Mattole River around Honeydew, an impressive quantity though still far short of the thousand birds counted in one day by two hunters in New England in the 1630s.
The Mattole River Beach is also the northernmost access point for the "Lost Coast," a 25-mile stretch of pristine wilderness that I suspect looks much like it did when explorers on Spanish and Portuguese galleons first saw it hundreds of years ago.
Interwoven through this book are several threads: the author's struggle to maintain and even supplement the salmon stock of the Mattole, one of the last Californian rivers to have a genetically undiluted salmon population; the history of the watershed in question; and the overall tragedy of the salmon, which are seen as an all-too-vulnerable indicator of the health of the entire west coast ecosystem.
Three thousand miles separate the urbanized Anacostia River watershed in metropolitan Washington from the rural Mattole watershed in California.