Bonneville To McNary: Fish Samples Show High Levels Of Toxic Pollutants, Degraded Riparian Areas

The little-studied lower-middle section of the Columbia River, a 150-mile stretch between Cascade Locks and Bonneville Dam on the west and Umatilla and McNary Dam on the east, has “generally good” water quality for recreational use but suffers from fish habitat degradation.

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