Columbia Basin Bulletin 6/8/12. Mining, salmon runs, salmon reintroduction, Tribes balancing platform fishing With gill-netting
Columbia Basin Bulletin 4/27/12. "‘I Think We Need To Take Those Dams Down’: Judge Redden’s Interview Comments Stir Reaction," "Gorge Hatcheries Release 10 Million Plus Juvenile Salmon Past Week; More Transferred For Recovery Programs,"
* Hastings' Statement on Judge Redden's Admitted Bias to Destroy Snake River Dams, followed by: Former salmon judge: Snake dams should come down 4/26/12
Columbia Basin Bulletin, posted to KBC 4/14/12: Sea Lion trapping, Spring Chinook, BOR hydropower generation...
Columbia Basin Bulletin 3/30/12
Columbia Basin Bulletin 2/10/12.
Columbia Basin Bulletin 1/27/12
Columbia Basin Bulletin 1/13/12
Columbia 'Basin Bulletin 12/16/11.
How government destroyed science in Columbia River Dam decisionmaking, by James Buchal, posted to KBC 12/11/11
Columbia Basin Bulletin fish and wildlife news 12/9/11.
Judge James Redden to step down after a decade on the Northwest's biggest salmon lawsuit, Oregonian, posted to KBC 11/25/11
Judge Redden To Step Down, OPB 11/23/11
Columbia Basin Bulletin / Fish and Wildlife News 11/18/11
Columbia Basin Bulletin, posted to KBC 11/11/11. * Researchers Study How White Salmon River Responds To Dam Breaching; Right Now ‘Lots Of Mud.' “It’s a beautiful natural experiment,” Wilcox said of the opportunity to monitor how the river moves large pulses of sediment that have the potential to snuff out aquatic life...It was estimated that between 1.6 million to 2.2 million cubic yards of sediment would be discharged into the White Salmon River immediately following tunnel’s opening."
Columbia Basin Bulletin 10/28/11. Some articles include Condit Dam demolition and video, sea lion removal, salmon virus threat investigation, wolves, ...
Columbia Basin Bulletin 10/14/11, Fish and Wildlife News.
Columbia Basin Bulletin, posted to KBC 9/25/11
Dam removal in Washington part of growing movement, Banger Daily News, posted to KBC 9/18/11. "What once seemed radical is now mainstream,” said American Rivers President Bob Irvin, whose group has advocated dam removal for environmental reasons. “All of these are experiments in how nature can restore itself, and the Elwha is the biggest example of that.” The pace of removal has quickened, with 241 dams demolished between 2006 and 2010, a more than 40 percent increase over the previous five years...A drumbeat of litigation by tribes and environmental groups has pushed federal officials to dismantle some dams that otherwise would have remained in place. (KBC NOTE: American Rivers is an exclusive KBRA stakeholder voting member. George Soros helps fund Earthjustice, who pays for American Rivers attorney fees. Earthjustice also pays the bills for other environmental groups on the KBRA "stakeholder" voting members, and also those opposed, yet all in the same coalitions: PCFFA, Klamath Wildlands, Karuk Tribe, Oregon Wild, ....." Some are still in litigation against Klamath Basin irrigators. American Rivers and many KBRA voting "stakeholders" and opposing groups are in the coalition to destroy the Snake and Colombia River dams.
Columbia Basin Bulletin 9/16/11: Sea Lion removal, record salmon runs on Snake, strong Chinook and Coho, etc
Close, but No Cigar: More Work Needed on Salmon and the Columbia Hydro System, Martenlaw August 9, 2011. KBC NOTE: many same environmental groups in the coalition with the agenda of destroying the Columbia and Snake River hydrodams are voting members on the KBRA.
Study Downgrades Hydroelectric Reservoirs’ Impact On Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Columbia Basin Bulletin, posted to KBC 8/7/11
Idaho Plans Study Of Building Dam/Reservoir On Weiser River; Cites Salmon Recovery Benefits, CBB, posted to KBC 8/7/11
Is Snake River Dam Removal Back? This week's court ruling suggests another look be taken at saving Northwest salmon by breaching dams, New West, posted to KBC 8/7/11. KBC NOTE: George Soros-supported radical environmental groups bent on demolishing Western hydro-dams, Save Our Wild Salmon. Glen Spain, Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen, is on Wild Salmon Board of Directors, and is an author of the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement, demanding removal of Klamath River Dams. Wild Salmon is focused on destroying Snake River and Columbia Basin dams. Groups such as "Zero Population Growth" are in their coalition, along with several environmental groups / voting members in the KBRA / Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement.
Columbia Basin Bulletin Fish and Wildlife News, posted to KBC 1/26/11. "NOAA Won’t Ask For Rehearing On Ninth Circuit’s Sea Lion Removal Ruling"
PacifiCorp, counties reach dam deal, H&N, posted to KBC 11/14/10. "Opponents of the dam removal had argued for years that local residents had been excluded from negotiations."
Columbia Basin Bulletin 11/5/10, articles on salmon BiOps, steelhead, sea lion report, red trout survey, wild coho, ...
Columbia Basin Bulletin Fish and Wildlife News (sea lion predation, salmon, wildlife habitat, fish farming, ...10/29/10
Latest Forecast Predicts Spring Chinook Return At 340,000 Fish; Second Best On Record, Columbia Basin Bulletin 5/21/10
Columbia Basin Bulletin 2/26/10, "Sea Lions Snacking On Sturgeon, Last Year's Huge Fall Chinook Jack Return Brings Predictions Of Big Run This Year, Higher Return Of Sacramento River Fall Chinook, Revise Critical Habitat For Bull Trout, Northwest Tribes Receive $1.3 Million..."
Columbia Basin Bulletin
Harvest Managers Predict Largest Snake River Fall Chinook Run In Four Decades, August 14, 2009 Fish and Wildlife Columbia Basin Bulletin. More Columbia Basin fish news at: http://www.cbbulletin.com/
Record-breaking Summer Steelhead Counts At Bonneville Dam; CB Bulletin 8/14/09
Preseason Run Forecasts Show Improved Coho, Fall Chinook Numbers For This Year, Columbia Basin Bulletin February 20, 2009
NPCC Heads To Finish Line In Approving New Regional Fish & Wildlife Program Columbia Basin Bulletin, January 16, 2009
Fall Chinook Catch Rates Highest Since the 1980s; Record 14, 913 Fish Pass Dam In One Day, August 28, 2008 Columbia Basin Bulletin
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