Snake River Runoff Allows River Managers To Maintain Flows For Salmon Redds Below Bonneville Dam

After a colder than average February and with snow piling up at low elevations in the Snake River basin, a sunny and warm early March is resulting in runoff from the basin that is sufficiently supplementing flows lower in the Columbia River that will keep water over several hundred chum redds (nests) downstream of Bonneville Dam.

Read the Full Article

Login to your account or Become a Member

More news from CBB: