Corps Moves Ahead To Remove 1930s Sandy River Dam, Modify Delta Channels To Aid Salmon, Steelhead

The U.S. Corps of Engineers is set to reestablish the long-clogged main channel of northwest Oregon’s Sandy River near its confluence with the Columbia River, thus restoring historic conditions that are expected to provide more habitat benefits for protected salmon and steelhead as well as other fish and wildlife species.

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