USFS Removes Final Fish Passage Barrier on North Fork Touchet, Dayton, WA

Using funding from the Snake River Salmon Recovery Board the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Worked with the Umatilla National Forest to remove the last remaining fish passage barrier on the North Fork Touchet River.  In total those conducting habitat restoration in the Touchet have removed seven passage barriers from the main stem and North Fork including the USFS removing a barrier down stream at Corral Creek.  Completion on the project is anticipated this August and full article has been posted in the Walla Walla Union Bulletin and can be viewed at:  (Union Bulletin July 22, 2013)