Work To Improve Salmon Passage On Oregon’s Lostine River Includes ‘Action Effectiveness Monitoring’

Just past the last man-made barrier on Northeast Oregon’s Lostine River is 20 miles of prime chinook salmon spawning ground. This fall newly constructed fish passage at an irrigation diversion will make it easier for late running salmon to reach natal waters.

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