Conservationist Josh Mills says that we should do everything in our power to save the salmon, if that means removing dams, so be it. One reason to save salmon. The economic impact. The economic impact of fishing. There's a place at the end of the road where the Grand Ronde dumps into the Snake. It's called Hellerbar, very famous place for salmon and steelhead, really big for steelhead fishing. And you want to know about what the economics of the sport fishery it could be on a good year. You go on a good year. That big, massive parking lot in the bend, right as the Grand Ronde dumps in is loaded with hundreds and thousands of dollars of boats and trailers, campers and all the things that are associated with a good fishery. And you talk about economic impact. It's incredible. I mean, each one of those boats with nice big jets are well over 75 thousand dollars. Dudes are driving fifty thousand dollar trucks with fifty thousand dollar campers and all the guide money that goes through there, all the things we want everyone to have a piece of this, because if we just get out of their stinking way, the salmon will provide. And I really want to make sure it's my call out to farmers and everybody out there in the region is that we endeavor in this plan to make everyone whole. There's no reason for any farmer to be left holding the bag. We just have to look beyond what is there. Get over the fear of loss and there could be so much more for the region and we only have to look at every other dam removal project that has happened has been a success.