The continuing effort to keep “stakeholders”
involved has forced Multi-Species Framework staff members to delay for
about a month the home-stretch scientific analysis of potential costs and
benefits of seven Columbia Basin fish and wildlife management alternatives.
That analysis of alternatives had
been scheduled to begin in mid-June with completion in “late summer or
early fall.” The Framework management committee composed of four tribal,
four state and four federal representatives …

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