Phase 2 Reintroduction Of Anadromous Fish Above Grand Coulee Dam: Tribes Seek Support For Funding ($176 Million Over 21 Years), Implementation

Upper Columbia River tribes laid out plans this week that will cost the region about $176 million to reintroduce salmon and steelhead upstream of federal dams. The dams have been blocking access to the fish since Grand Coulee Dam was built in 1942.

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