Salmon Spawning Above White Salmon’s Condit Dam First Time In 100 Years

Where there’s a way there’s the will to spawn — as tule chinook salmon are proving in the gravels of southwest Washington’s White Salmon River.

Researchers in recent weeks have identified about 69 salmon redds in reaches above the river’s Condit Dam. The salmon eggs likely nested in those gravels are the first deposited above the dam in nearly 100 years.

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