Despite an overall bump in numbers, a decline is forecast for 2022
With the combined efforts of a community, the Clark Fork Delta River Project, part of the Council’s fish and wildlife program, has helped reduce erosion in the Clark Fork River delta in northern Idaho caused by water level fluctuations from
While we’re experiencing a temporary uptick in salmon numbers for now, in the long term, conditions will trend back down, highlighting the need for more information to make good decisions on where to focus recovery efforts.
On March 15, the Council approved this draft report for public comment through April 15.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee has appointed KC Golden to serve a three-year term on the Council, starting March 7.
Explore the history of the Council in interviews with Ed Sheets, founding Director of the Council; and Rick Applegate, early Fish and Wildlife Division Director
Insightful presentations followed by robust discussions characterized the Ocean and Plume Science and Management Forum, held virtually this past January 19.
Good things are happening to help anadromous fish in the Columbia River Basin, according to a recent report by the Independent Scientific Review Panel.
At its February meeting, Council members discussed scoping a workplan for a proposed lower Snake River dams analysis.