WSC - Five Actions You Can Take To Help Save Wild Steelhead

Discussion in 'Steelhead' started by Chris Scoones, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. Chris Scoones

    Chris Scoones Administrator Staff Member

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    Excellent Chris, thank you. Recommend promoting this one to an article in the content section so anyone at any time can easily browse and find it and get involved. Ed
     
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    Itchy Dog Some call me Kirk Werner

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    Thanks, Chris. In an attempt to make it as easy as cut and paste, I've typed up two letters that can be emailed to WDFW per the WSC announcement.
    All you have to do is download the Word doc, add your name and contact info, and email it off.

    I'll try to do the same for letters to our senators, Governor and state reps.

    This is too easy, and now you have no excuse...do it!
     
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    Thanks for posting Chris... this is good stuff.
    But there is another thing every one could do for the Columbia Basin/Snake runs of wild steel...

    Reform our own (federal) hydro system by holding the USACE, the BPA and our own Senators Cantwell and Murray accountable for the incredible havoc it wreaks on basin runs.

    Thanks to those of you who have written letters in the past and those who will write in the future! Ask our senators to quit hiding and lead in bringing stakeholders together and beginning a dialogue that encourages scientifically based recovery... and yes, one that may require removing 4 lower Snake River dams.

    www.wildsalmon.org

    Wild steelhead forever.
     

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