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Save Our Wild Salmon

Chairman of the Tribe's Executive Committee urges Idaho's Senator Mike Crapo to help craft "solutions table."

brooklyn.baptiste.webIn late September, Brooklyn D. Baptiste, Chairman of the Nez Perce Tribal Excecutive Committee wrote a letter to Idaho's Senator Mike Crapo seeking his help to set up solutions-oriented talks among stakeholders in the Columbia-Snake Basin.  Here is an excerpt of his letter:

"In conjunction with the legal discussions that would be necessary between NWF, the State of Oregon, the Tribe and the United States, the Tribe believes there will be value in establishing a stakeholder "solutions table" to explore all scientifically-sound options and to help develop recommendations to the Administration and Congress that could lead to the recovery of imperiled populations of salmon and steelhead while simultaneously providing new opportunities that accommodate and even enhance the social and economic needs of affected communities and of the region at large."

As you may recall, the Nez Perce and the State of Oregon have fought alongside salmon and fishing advocates across the country in pushing for a new direction from the President Obama and the federal agencies. If you haven't already, please stand with them and take action:
Send a message to the Obama administration. Read the letter on Rocky Barker's Idaho Statesman blog or download the full letter.

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