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|Tuesday, July 06, 2010|
Soda Springs Dam on the North Umpqua River is undergoing a $60 million renovation to improve fish passage.
The project will create over 100 jobs and improve more than six miles of habitat to allow chinook, steelhead, coho and pacific lamprey more room to grow.
Read more at Capital Press.
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