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Short-term modification for Columbia and Snake rivers
Meetings & Hearings
Vancouver, WA 98661
Start: 2:30 PM
The Washington State Department of Ecology is proposing a short-term modification that would allow more water to spill over the dams, with the goal of improving the survival of juvenile salmon migrating to the ocean. The short-term modification would apply to state Water Quality Standards, specifically the Total Dissolved Gas criteria.
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Watershed Restoration and Enhancement Committee Meetings
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Shelton, WA Directions
Start: 9:00 AM
Background:
As part of Streamflow Restoration (Chapter 90.94 RCW), planning is underway in 15 watersheds across the state. Planning is being led either by previously established, locally led watershed planning groups or new committees chaired by us. All these groups must update or develop plans that help fish by protecting and improving rivers and streams in the watershed. 

The law also invests $300 million over the next 15 years in projects that will help fish and streamflows.
 
Learn more: Visit the Streamflow Restoration webpage to learn more about the law and how we are working on implementation.
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Watershed Restoration and Enhancement Committee Meetings
Meetings & Hearings
Snohomish, WA
Start: 12:30 PM

Background:
As part of Streamflow Restoration (Chapter 90.94 RCW), planning is underway in 15 watersheds across the state. Planning is being led either by previously established, locally led watershed planning groups or new committees chaired by us. All these groups must update or develop plans that help fish by protecting and improving rivers and streams in the watershed. 

The law also invests $300 million over the next 15 years in projects that will help fish and streamflows.
 
Learn more: Visit the Streamflow Restoration webpage to learn more about the law and how we are working on implementation.

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