The groundwork is set now that a Columbia
Basin artificial production review –nearly two years in the making —
will soon be on its way to Congress.
The Northwest Power Planning Council on
Wednesday approved a final draft of the report and appendices, though last-minute
editing was ordered to make sure Congress knew who should bear the cost
of implementing anticipated hatchery reforms.
Washington’s Tom Karier pointed out that
the document’s executive summary included six …

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