Washington Land Acquisition Protects Significant Chum Salmon Spawning Site

The Columbia Land Trust announced Monday the acquisition of what it says is one of the most significant chum salmon spawning sites in the entire Columbia River basin — 305 acres at the confluence of the Grays River and Crazy Johnson Creek in Wahkiakum County, Wash.

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