Indigenous Communities Pushing for Dam Destruction to Boost Salmon

2 Aug

Indigenous Communities Pushing for Dam Destruction to Boost Salmon

Conservationists and Indigenous communities in the U.S. Pacific Northwest are pushing for the destruction of four dams along the lower Snake River in Washington state to help spawning salmon. Dam supporters say they are important sources of renewable energy and irrigation for local farms. VOA’s Natasha Mozgovaya has our story from Washington state’s lower Snake River.

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