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    John Day Dam spilling water for salmon

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    Video by Amber Tilton 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District

    B-roll by Amber Tilton of spill operations at John Day Dam, March 28, 2024 After an agreement to stay the Columbia River Basin litigation for up to 10 years, federal water managers will begin spilling more water over basin dams this spring than in past years. This year, four projects on the lower Snake River and McNary Dam on the Columbia River will also begin spilling four hours each day through surface passage routes to primarily assist migrating adult steelhead starting March 1. Beginning March 21, those projects, plus John Day Dam on the Columbia River, will begin spilling through surface passage routes 24 hours each day until regular spring spill begins with the goal of providing additional benefits for both juvenile and adult salmon and steelhead.
    Video courtesy of Portland District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.



    Date Taken: 03.28.2024
    Date Posted: 03.29.2024 10:57
    Category: B-Roll
    Video ID: 917457
    VIRIN: 240328-A-GL581-7280
    Filename: DOD_110206895
    Length: 00:01:31
    Location: RUFUS, OREGON, US

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