Late Spring Runoff Has River Managers Looking For Water To Aid Juvenile Salmon Migration; Rivers Too Low To Hit BiOp Spill Levels

With juvenile chinook and sockeye salmon, as well as juvenile steelhead, beginning their migration from the mid-Columbia River tributaries and hatcheries, but with very low water in the river due to a late spring runoff, salmon managers this week asked for augmentation flows originating from Grand Coulee Dam’s Lake Roosevelt.

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