As temperatures peak, hot water threatens our wild salmon as they migrate from the Pacific coast to central Idaho. The shallow, slow-moving reservoirs behind the lower Snake River dams push water temperatures well above 68 degrees, which is dangerously—and fatally—hot for salmon migrating from the Columbia River.
To reverse the trend toward extinction, we must restore the Snake River. We need our leaders in Congress to listen to the people of the Columbia River Basin to create a plan that restores abundant salmon runs, creates economic opportunity, and ensures affordable sources of energy.
Tell Congress to restore the Snake River to create a healthy, intact river system that works for people, for fish, and for wildlife.
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