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UCUT and other Tribes and First Nations are pleased to release Treaty Talks, a video intended to start public discussion about the feasibility of fish passage above Grand Coulee Dam. The video follows the salmons’ ancestral journey up the Columbia River.

Treaty Talks raises awareness about the damage to the Columbia River by industry, Grand Coulee and other dams, and the Columbia River Treaty, which was ratified 50 years ago. Tribes and First Nations are working to ensure that ecosystem-based function and fish passage are recognized as vital to the future of the river.

 

Treaty Talks: Paddling up the Columbia River for People and Salmon

UCUT and other Tribes and First Nations are pleased to release Treaty Talks, a video intended to start public discussion about the feasibility of fish passage above Grand Coulee Dam. The video follows the salmons’ ancestral journey up the Columbia River and seeks to raise awareness about the damage to the Columbia River by industry, dams, and the Columbia River Treaty, which was ratified 50 years ago. We are working to ensure that ecosystem-based function and fish passage are recognized as vital to the future of the river.

 


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Treaty Talks: A Journey up the Columbia River for People and Salmon

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Columbia River Treaty

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"Oregon and Washington officials shut down fishing season on the lower Columbia River earlier this month because so few spring chinook heading for spawning grounds in Idaho and other Snake River ... See more

The number of spring chinook salmon that have made it from the ocean to the first dam on the Columbia is at a low not seen since the 1990s. Biologists worry that recently abundant salmon runs are at ... See more