of Washington Department of Fish and Game regarding
the story in Oct. 23 CBB on Ives Island flow augmentation proposal:

In the article, I was quoted as saying that the proposal put forward
by Washington, Oregon and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to provide augmented
flows for fall chinook spawning below Bonneville would pose zero added
impact to the power system and Biological Opinion. What I meant was that
the action taken by NMFS and BPA (intentionally reducing flows to …

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