Governing Parties Agree to Stay of Litigation on Columbia River for Next 9 Months
State, federal, tribal and conservation organizations involved in the Columbia River Basin operations -- fishing, dam operations, etc. -- agreed to a pause in litigation while working cooperatively for a long-term solution to save imperiled salmon and steelhead.
The Biden-Harris administration said the parties have agreed to a compromise on "key disputed elements of 2022 Columbia River system operations."
The agreement, filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon, outlines how eight dams in the Columbia River Basin will be operated over ...
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