Briefing Set For Sandy River Hatchery/Wild Case; Judge Wants More Details On How Weirs Reduce Strays

An Oregon-based U.S. District judge this week set the stage for continued legal arguments about what needs to be done by the state’s Fish and Wildlife Department and the federal government to ensure that negative impacts on wild salmon and steelhead caused by hatchery production in the Sandy River watershed are kept at legally acceptable limits.

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