"We thought we were going to lose our First Foods when these dams were built and we were very lucky. We have a lot of fish coming back now. But with climate change, we might lose the fish because they are so adaptable, they stray. And if the climate is better for the fish up north, as the world warms up, the fish might decide to go live somewhere else."
- Paul Lumley of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission. OPB’s Rob Manning has the story at EarthFix.
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