• Southern resident orcas have depended on Snake River Chinook salmon for thousands of years.
• Removing the lower Snake River dams would provide the greatest chance for recovery for Snake River sockeye and Chinook, and all endangered salmon and steelhead in the Snake River basin.
• It's way too expensive to try to save salmon without removing the dams. We need to come together as a region to pursue recovery programs that work – and will restore abundant, self-sustaining salmon and steelhead populations.
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