Salmon Passage Data Online – The Columbia Basin Research Website from the University of Washington now has a “Mid-Columbia Status for Juvenile and Adult Salmon” page that has data and graphs of smolt trap, mainstem, and dam count data that is easily accessible. The effort is a collaboration of multiple agencies in the  region to bring together juvenile and adult salmon information with river conditions for improved management of the region. Data is from Columbia River DART and provided courtesy of Chelan County PUD, Colville Tribes Fish & Wildlife (OBMEP), Douglas County PUD, Fish Passage Center, Grant County PUD, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NWD, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington State Department of Ecology, Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife, and Yakama Nation.

Additional data and information on Upper Columbia fish populations are available on the “Status and Trends” page as well as the main Columbia River DART pages.

Fact SheetSalmon Restoration Projects and Civil Liability for Landowners by the Recreation and Conservation Office