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Topics for Science & Restoration – Research

Fish Biology

Fish Genetics

Ecological Research

Scientific Research

Data Resources

Put Fish Back in the River & Protect Watersheds

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The Value of Research

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Science & Restoration

CRITFC provides its member tribes and the region with invaluable biological research, fisheries management, hydrology, climate change analysis, and other science to support the protection and restoration of Columbia Basin salmon, lamprey, and sturgeon.
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Tribes & Culture

The Columbia Plateau tribes have a connection to salmon and other First Foods native to the region, have extensive relationships with one another, and a shared commitment to protecting and restoring salmon to ensure future generations can have this sacred food.
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Climate Change

Climate change represents a threat to both the ecosystem and traditional cultures that are based on them. The tribes are preparing for this change, including climate forecasting and habitat projects designed to help cool down tributaries.

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Tribal Fishers

Get the latest fishery announcements, information about safe fishing practices, or review upcoming food safety workshops. Learn more about CRITFC's Salmon Marketing Program to support the needs of Native fishers who sell their harvest to the public.
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Johnson Creek Summer Chinook

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Snake River Fall Chinook Recovery

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