Early Estimate Indicates Upper Snake River Water To Aid Migrating Juvenile Salmon Will Likely Be Short Of NOAA BiOp Flow Requirements

An early estimate of the volume of water available from the upper Snake River basin this year to provide flow augmentation to aid juvenile salmon and steelhead passage in the lower Snake and lower Columbia rivers will for the second year running fall under the 427,000 acre feet required by NOAA Fisheries, according to Joel Fenolio of the Bureau of Reclamation.

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