Upper Columbia Tribes’ Phase I Report On Salmon Reintroduction/Fish Passage Above Chief Joseph/Grand Coulee Dams: Enough Upstream Habitat To Support Over 17,000 Spawning Chinook, Steelhead; Larger Numbers Of Sockeye

There is plenty of habitat available for reintroduction of spawning and rearing anadromous salmon and steelhead upstream of Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee dams, according to a recently completed report by upper Columbia River tribes.

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