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Supplemental Materials

Ecosystem-Based Function Integration Into the Columbia River Treaty: Columbia Basin Tribe’s Concept
This booklet provides a detailed description for potential Columbia Basin structural improvements and system operations that improve and restore ecosystem-based functions that are consistent with the “U.S. Entity Regional Recommendation for the Future of the Columbia River Treaty after 2024,” the tribes’ definition of ecosystem-based function, and adaptation for climate change.

Fish Passage & Reintroduction into the US & Canadian Upper Columbia River Interim Joint Paper
U.S. Native American Tribes and Canadian First Nations jointly propose reintroducing and restoring habitat and life history connectivity for native anadromous salmon and resident fish into and within the upper Columbia River pursuant to a modernized Columbia River Treaty. Restoring fish passage should be investigated and implemented as a key element of integrating the ecosystem into the Treaty.

Fishing, Hunting, Wildlife Viewing, and Shellfishing in Oregon: 2008 State and County Expenditure Estimates
A report from Oregon for ODFW that documents county-by-county the travel related expenditures from hunting fishing wildlife viewing and shellfishing. Plus a billion dollars per year in sales of equipment in Oregon arising from these activities. (Link from ODFW. Opens in a new window.)

Tsilhqot’in Landmark Decision with Implications for Resource Developments in Canada
(Link from Work and Climate Change Report. Opens in a new window.)

Non-Treaty-Storage-Agreement
(Link from BPA. Opens in a new window.)

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