Tribes To Test Run Fish Processor Facility As Way To Market ‘Indian-Caught’ Columbia River Salmon

In a pilot test planned in early September, some 100,000 pounds of chinook salmon will be processed at the East White Salmon fish facility built in 2006 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for Columbia River treaty-fishing tribes.

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