Continued improvements to operations at the eight dams along the Columbia and Snake rivers, including Ice Harbor Dam near Burbank, will be needed to restore populations of threatened spring and summer chinook and steelhead, according to a proposed plan by the National Marine Fisheries Service.
Continued improvements to operations at the eight dams along the Columbia and Snake rivers, including Ice Harbor Dam near Burbank, will be needed to restore populations of threatened spring and summer chinook and steelhead, according to a proposed plan by the National Marine Fisheries Service. Tri-City Herald file
Continued improvements to operations at the eight dams along the Columbia and Snake rivers, including Ice Harbor Dam near Burbank, will be needed to restore populations of threatened spring and summer chinook and steelhead, according to a proposed plan by the National Marine Fisheries Service. Tri-City Herald file

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