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Latest CBB News > Archives > June 7, 2002
June 7, 2002

1. RECLAMATION BUREAU SAYS KLAMATH JEOPARDY RULINGS IN ERROR
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (PST)
An envisioned 10-year plan for managing the federal Klamath Project failed to clear its final hurdle this week with the Bureau of Reclamation's regional chief criticizing federal fish agencies' strategies for protecting fish listed under the Endangered Species Act. Read More...  

2. ODFW SESSIONS PREPARE STATE FOR WOLF MANAGEMENT
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (PST)
Oregon's seven-member Fish and Wildlife Commission asked for, and got, an earful Thursday in what is the second in a series of sessions planned to gather insight on gray wolf management. Read More...  

3. FEDS PRESSURED TO KEEP ALIVE WALLOWA DAM BILL
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (PST)
Pressured by Oregon's two senators, a Department of Interior official this week agreed to negotiate with them on their bill to rehabilitate Wallowa Dam and restore salmon in northeastern Oregon.

At a hearing on Thursday before the Senate water and power subcommittee, Bureau of Reclamation official Mark Limbaugh repeated the department's opposition to the bill, which has also been introduced in the House by Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore.
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4. LOCKE, MARTZ REJECT PROPOSED NWPPC BYLAW CHANGES
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (PST)
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber's suggested changes to Northwest Power Planning Council bylaws -- to establish term limits for the chairmanship and "formalize" the compact's relationship with Columbia Basin tribes -- have been rebuffed by his peers in Montana and Washington. Read More...  

5. MELTING SNOW FILLING COLUMBIA BASIN STREAMS, RESERVOIRS
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (PST)
A later than normal snow melt is filling streams and reservoirs in the Columbia River basin and threatening to flood some areas. Average flows over the past seven days in the lower Columbia River have been 50 percent higher than the previous week and many of the storage dams in the upper reaches of the basin have been filling at a rate faster than expected. Read More...  

6. SANDO ACCEPTS APPOINTMENT AS CBFWA DIRECTOR
Posted on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (PST)
Former Idaho Department of Fish and Game director Rodney W. Sando has accepted the appointment as executive director of the Portland, Ore.,-based Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority. Read More...  

 

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