Hundreds of paddlers floated on the Snake River reservoir backed up by Lower Granite Dam in Washington Saturday to call for removal of its and three other dams biologists say need to be removed to restore endangered salmon that spawn upstream in rivers like the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.
Hundreds of paddlers floated on the Snake River reservoir backed up by Lower Granite Dam in Washington Saturday to call for removal of its and three other dams biologists say need to be removed to restore endangered salmon that spawn upstream in rivers like the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Rocky Barker
Hundreds of paddlers floated on the Snake River reservoir backed up by Lower Granite Dam in Washington Saturday to call for removal of its and three other dams biologists say need to be removed to restore endangered salmon that spawn upstream in rivers like the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Rocky Barker

Here’s what biologists say will happen if Snake dams breached

September 11, 2017 10:02 AM