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Court case on fate of Snake River dams, imperiled salmon postponed at least 45 more days

Parties to a lawsuit challenging the federal government over dams and salmon losses on the Snake River asked for more time to negotiate.
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How far will salmon swim for a craft beer?

In Oregon, researchers hope a surprising aroma will lure stray salmon back to their home hatcheries.
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Lawsuit asserting the ‘rights of salmon’ ends in a settlement that benefits the fish

In an accord with an Indian tribe, the city of Seattle agrees to create passageways so salmon can swim upriver past three hydroelectric dams.

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70 years after the flood: The devastation of the Nechako Reservoir

Meet the First Nation working hard to turn the tides on a tragic history. Part one of a series.
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We need to talk about B.C.’s drought

As salmon and red cedar suffer during what many are calling Augtober, we’re reminded of the alarming rate at which our climate is changing.

reconnecting a fractured Squamish estuary
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Inside a 50-year journey to reopen the ‘lungs’ of the Squamish River

A company built a spit that blocked salmon from accessing crucial habitat — then it left. Decades later, the Squamish Nation, local environmentalists and the federal government have worked together to finally break open the barrier and reconnect a fractured estuary.