To Aid ESA-Listed Salmonids, Corps Proposes Removing 1930s Lower Sandy River Dam Built To Aid Smelt

A 750-foot long, 45-foot wide, 8-foot high dam built in the 1930s would be removed next summer under a proposal aimed at restoring habitat in southwest Oregon’s lower Sandy for the benefit of, particularly, young salmon and steelhead that are listed under the Endangered Species Act.

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