“Restoring and reconnecting access to spawning habitat is the most important action we can take to help salmon, steelhead and lamprey survive and give them a fighting chance to someday thrive once again,” Quinault Indian Nation Vice President Tyson Johnston said in a press release. “The Quinault Nation appreciates the vision of Weyerhaeuser, the Lewis Conservation District, the state of Washington and all the partners involved in the investment to create a better future for salmon in the Chehalis Basin.”

Source: Major Fish Passage Barrier to Be Addressed on the Chehalis River | The Daily Chronicle