The ECOreport reposts an Op-Ed about anticipated poor Fishing season on Sacramento & Klamath Rivers
Originally Published on the Daily KOS
by Dan Bacher
Recreational and commercial fishermen attending the annual salmon fishery information meeting in Santa Rosa on March 1 received grim news from state and federal biologists – they will see reduced salmon fishing opportunities in both the ocean and the Sacramento and Klamath River systems, due to low returns of spawning fish to the rivers last fall.
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The ECOreport reposts DEIS findings re moving +44 million tons of coal in uncovered trains along the Columbia River. Proposed Longview terminal emissions equivalent to 5 coal plants
Press Release from Columbia Riverkeeper
April 29, 2016 (Longview, WA) – The Washington Department of Ecology today released their draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for Millennium Bulk Terminal’s proposed coal export terminal along the Columbia River. The report comes after the agency received over 165,000 public comments calling for a broad review of the proposed coal export terminal.
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