November 11, 2014
RANETTA SPINO and her family, above, live at the river’s edge at Lone Pine, a Native American in-lieu fishing site. Lone Pine is one of 31 fishing sites developed as a replacement for tribal fishing grounds flooded or destroyed by hydroelectric dams. About 40 people, including children, permanently live at the fishing site in substandard conditions.
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