River Managers Opt To Save Cool Dworshak Water For Upcoming Salmon/Steelhead Migration

With air temperatures expected to exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit this week in the Clearwater and Snake river basin, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Monday increased flows of cold water from Dworshak Dam from about 10,000 cubic feet per second to 13 kcfs.

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