Northwest tribes believe breaching
the four lower Snake River dams would benefit both Native Americans in
the region and Columbia River basin salmon, but that breaching alone could
not bring salmon back to the historic level that was once the center of
tribal life.
The tribes came to these conclusion
in a preliminary draft report on Tribal Circumstances/Perspective Analysis
released this week by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Drawdown Economic
Workgroup. DREW is studying the …

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