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As federal agencies work to restore fish runs above the largest dam removal project in history, a judge says they need to consider releasing fewer hatchery salmon and steelhead.
Four conservation groups are suing several federal agencies and officials of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe for operating fish hatchery programs in Western Washington's recently undammed Elwha River.
Energy | Environment | NewsApril 30, 2015 6 p.m.
A new study sums up what scientists now know about the environmental effects of removing dams from rivers. It concludes that rivers and fish respond quickly after a dam is removed, and the results are mostly positive.
Tuesday Oregon’s second-largest utility company will announce it has agreed to tear down four of its dams on the Klamath River, near the California border.
Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar announces he will step down from his post in March. He'll leave behind a number of initiatives that affected the way public land and wildlife are managed in the Pacific Northwest.
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