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Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA new study says removal of the Snake River dams will do little or nothing to improve the survival rate of Chinook salmon.
Land & Livestock ReportSnake River Farms Donates $8 Million in Premium American Wagyu Steaks to Aid in COVID-19 Relief
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse talks about the Corps of Engineers' announced rejection of Snake River dam breaching.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportSalmon Recovery isn't about breaching dams, according to the Columbia-Snake Irrigators Association.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse calls the $750,000 budgeted to study dam removal on the Snake River a waste time and of state taxpayer money.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAnother ploy to push dam removal study on lower Snake River.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportColumbia-Snake River Irrigators Association's Darryll Olsen says Governor Inslee's plan for dam removal and salmon recovery is off target.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Mary Dye talked recently with KONA radio about the governor's Orca plan that involves studying removal of lower Snake River dams.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportColumbia-Snake River Irrigators Association on inept fish management that should be focus of saving salmon and, in turn, Orcas.