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Chehalis River

Quinault Opposes Chehalis Dam

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 16, 2020   For more information contact: *Tyson Johnston, Vice President, Quinault Indian Nation, Tjohnston@quinault.org Mark Glyde, Quinault Indian Nation Communications, (206) 227-4346, mrglyde@gmail.com *Please contact Mark Glyde to arrange an interview with Vice President Johnston   EXTINCTION IS NOT AN OPTION: QUINAULT NATION OPPOSES CHEHALIS DAM    Nation calls for credible alternative to reduce flood damage throughout the Chehalis Basin   Taholah, WA – The Quinault Indian Nation today announced its opposition to a proposed dam on the upper Chehalis River near the town of Pe Ell in Lewis County. The Nation’s opposition is...

Chehalis Basin Restoration Plan Critical

CHEHALIS BASIN RESTORATION PLAN CRITICAL FOR SPRING CHINOOK SAYS QUINAULT NATION Taholah, WA – The Washington State Office of Chehalis Basin today released for public comment the Phase 1 draft of the Aquatic Species Restoration Plan (ASRP) for the Chehalis Basin, the largest river system contained entirely within the state. The ASRP is being developed jointly by the state, the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, the Quinault Indian Nation and other interests in the Basin. “We appreciate the ambitious scale of the ASRP and the opportunity to join with our Basin neighbors to reverse decades of habitat degradation...

Quinault Officials Skeptical of Chehalis River Dam

A month-long “scoping” period began Friday as state and federal regulators develop a framework for what will be examined in a pair of environmental impact statements on a proposal to build a dam to control flooding in the Chehalis River basin. Note: For more complete and recent information on the proposed dam please click HERE. The scoping process is to get public comment on the breadth of the environmental review. The Quinault Indian Nation immediately submitted a series of questions and concerns about the proposed Chehalis River dam, including how much it would cost, who will pay for it...