US funds salmon fisheries climate change adaptations

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The Biden-Harris Administration has announced US$60 million for Columbia River Basin hatcheries as part of Investing in America agenda

The government is investing US$60 million for NOAA Fisheries to address tribal priorities and tackle the impacts of climate change on Pacific salmon.

Made possible by the Inflation Reduction Act — which is making US$3.3 billion available to NOAA — these funds are available for Columbia River Basin hatcheries through the Mitchell Act.

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