March 15, 2014
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Logs and root wads are being planted in the Kootenai River to restore shoreline redirect flows and restore shoreline habitat for the benefit of fisheries.
Sept. 9, 2012 in Outdoors on Page C16
Two major Bonneville Power Administration projects are tending to the welfare of Kootenai River fisheries, which have been starved for more than attention since Libby Dam went online in 1972. …
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