Two key documents are expected to be completed by month’s end, setting
the stage for a January discussion about what directions fish production
might take in the Columbia River Basin.
"We’ve been, to this point, data gathering. From now on it will
be more policy oriented," John Marsh said of the ongoing Artificial
Production Review. It is expected to culminate next June with a report
to Congress, and, by December 1999, with a list of proposed actions to
improve operations …