Old-time dam to be dismantled in Eastern Oregon

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Monday, August 26, 2013

A dam that blocks nearly 50 miles of prime fish spawning habitat on the Walla Walla River is slated for removal.

The dam is a gravel push-up dam. Efforts to remove them began in the 1990s. The Zell Ditch is one of the last.

 

Read more at KTVZ.com.

 

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