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Salmon, ranchers win in deal

Salmon, ranchers win in deal By Joe Rojas-Burke Oregonian October 23, 2005   LOSTINE — Zigzagging between jagged Wallowa Mountain peaks, the Lostine River beckons salmon with some of the finest habitat in Oregon. But in dry summers, ranch irrigators reduce miles of the river to a trickle. Threatened chinook that fight 600 miles from […]

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Water plan falls short, court rules

Water plan falls short, court rules By Bob Egelko San Francisco Chronicle October 19, 2005   The federal government is not supplying enough water to the Klamath River to sustain the dwindling coho salmon, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in a victory for conservationists and fishing interests in southern Oregon and northwestern California. The

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