How to remove the four lower Snake River dams What will it take to remove the four lower Snake River dams and restore access for salmon to, and from, 5,500 miles of spawning habitat? Will it require Congressional approval? A federal court order? Both...
NEWS FLASH! NEWS FLASH! NEWS FLASH! Please watch for this ad in the paper, learn something new, and share it with your friends, neighbors and relatives. The message is a call-out to Senator Murray and Governor Inslee of Washington State informing...
December 14, 2017 According to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, in the 1950s and 1960s, 40,000 B-run steelhead crossed the Washington Waterpower dam near the former Potlatch mill at Lewiston. Sawmill workers were known to catch steelhead on their...
Audit: Port of Lewiston’s annual operating loss tops $134,000 Entity’s net position rose to $24.8 million in fiscal year 2017 Lewiston Morning Tribune at lmtribune.com December 14, 2017 BY ELAINE WILLIAMS Tax dollars continue to be a key component...
NOAA recommends focusing on habitat and hatcheries; dam breaching possible future strategy Lewiston Morning Tribune at lmtribune.com December 13, 2017 By ERIC BARKER The federal government released in-depth recovery plans for Snake River spring and summer...
The Columbia Basin Bulletin: Weekly Fish and Wildlife News www.cbbulletin.com October 13, 2017 Issue No. 847 Draft Salmon Survival Report: Smolt To Adult Returns For Snake River Fish Remain Below NW Power/Conservation Council Goals The number of wild...