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Columbia Basin Fish Accords - Putting Fish Back in the Rivers

In May 2008, several Native American Tribes, federal agencies and states signed the Columbia Basin Fish Accords. The agreement helped pave the way for more fish habitat improvement projects to be completed across the Pacific Northwest. The following video highlights just a handful of the many successful projects helping to recover salmon, steelhead and other species in the Columbia and Snake River Basins. The video was shown at the three-year celebration of the Fish Accords in The Dalles, Ore., on May 31, 2011. The video was produced and narrated by David Wilson.


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