Friends of Toppenish Creek

Since the construction of Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee Dams on the Upper Columbia River and the Construction of Hell’s Canyon Dam on the Snake River salmon have disappeared from the bountiful spawning grounds upstream.

 

 

Renegotiation of the Columbia River treaty between the United States and Canada is an opportunity to bring fish passage once again to the people who live upstream, who once relied on the salmon for sustenance. To learn more follow the links below.


U.S. Entity Recommendations re the Columbia River Treaty

 

British Columbia Recommendations


U.S. Benefits from the Columbia River Treaty


Columbia River treaty Review: B.C. Decisions


Spokane City Council Resolution re the Columbia River Treaty


Common Views on the Columbia River Treaty


Columbia Basin Tribes Coalition on the Columbia River Treaty


Columbia Basin Tribes Coalition Columbia River Treaty Review

 

 

Catholic Bishops Pastoral Letter on the Columbia River Treaty


Ethics and Modernizing the Columbia River Treaty


Climate Change and the Columbia River Treaty


Sierra Club and the Columbia River Treaty


City of Spokane Resolution on the Columbia River Treaty


Future of the Columbia River Treaty


Columbia River 2015


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