WA Total Dissolved Gas Water Quality Standard Public Hearing

Baby salmon traveling down the Columbia and Snake rivers need your help. Salmon survive better when they go over the dams’ spillways instead of through the turbines. Right now, the Washington Department of Ecology is proposing a new rule that would help more baby fish go over the dams’ spillways. 

Help support new measures to help salmon, orcas, and fisheries by attending the public hearing on the new rule: 

  • WHAT: Washington Department of Ecology Public Hearing on New Rule to Protect Salmon
  • WHEN: September 16, 2019, at 1:30 p.m.
  • WHERE: WA State School for the Blind, Fries Auditorium (Old Main Bldg), 2214 East 13th Street, Vancouver, WA 98661
  • Can’t make it? Show your support by signing this petition to the Washington Department of Ecology.

Want to learn more about how the rule would help Columbia and Snake river salmon? Read Riverkeeper’s coalition comments and the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.


WA State School for the Blind: Fries Auditorium (Old Main Bldg)
2214 East 13th Street
United States