Finding The Balance: Parties Work Together To Boost Lostine River Flows For Chinook Salmon

For more than a decade farmers dependent on northeast Oregon’s Lostine River irrigation diversions agreed to maintain minimum flows of 15 cubic feet per second during critical times for the chinook salmon spawning migration. This year that number is jumping up to 18 cfs.

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