Grande Ronde and Imnaha Spring Chinook Projectby Staff
BPA Journal - August 2004
Fish trapping, incubation, rearing and release hatchery facilities are proposed to help boost spring chinook salmon populations in the Grande Ronde and Imnaha river basins of Northeast Oregon. Planned facilities would modify and augment existing Lower Snake River Compensation Plan facilities. The FEIS is available on CD, in hard copy or online at www.efw.bpa.gov under links to environmental analysis/planning and active projects. A ROD is scheduled for publication in September 2004.
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