Deschutes Salmon Plan Hits Snag With Lake Billy Chinook Fish Passage Structure Breaking Apart

A key piece of the upper Deschutes River’s salmon restoration effort — a 573,000-pound, 140-foot-long steel conduit — separated Saturday evening with roughly half sinking to the bottom of central Oregon’s Lake Billy Chinook.

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