A one-year experiment to use
surplus adult hatchery spring chinook to
repopulate stream reaches in
the Walla Walla River Basin of eastern
Washington and Oregon has been
approved by the Northwest Power Planning
The recommendation was made to
allow the Confederated Tribes of the
Umatilla Indian Reservation to
spend $8,800 to transport 1,500 “Carson
stock” spring chinook from the
Ringold Hatchery in western Washington to
a South Fork Walla Walla holding
facility. The …

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