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Each year thousands of fish like these Chinook salmon migrate upstream to their natal streams. When they reach the stream where they hatched, they will spawn and then die.

Biologists count salmon and steelhead heading upstream to spawn; this year’s numbers are looking good, with forecasts for a great fall salmon run. You can watch the fall salmon run (through September) at Bonneville's fish viewing windows, or year-round with our fish cameras at http://go.usa.gov/5wgC

Steelhead and sockeye salmon are having big returns so far. A record 2,270 sockeye passed Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River on July 24, 2014, breaking 2010's record count.
Chinook salmon passing Bonneville Lock and Dam
7/25/2014 1:09:00 PM
Each year thousands of fish like these Chinook salmon migrate upstream to their natal streams. When they reach the stream where they hatched, they will spawn and then die.

Biologists count salmon and steelhead heading upstream to spawn; this year’s numbers are looking good, with forecasts for a great fall salmon run. You can watch the fall salmon run through September at Bonneville's fish viewing windows, or year-round through our fish cams at http://go.usa.gov/5wgC

Steelhead and sockeye salmon are having big returns so far. A record 2,270 sockeye passed Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River on July 24, 2014, breaking 2010's record count.
Chinook salmon passing Bonneville Lock and Dam
7/25/2014 1:09:00 PM
Dean Webster and Aaron Hagaman, former employees of The Dalles Lock and Dam, are recognized for their dedication, service and commitment to the construction of The Dalles Lock and Dam by Ron Twiner, project manager for The Dalles Lock and Dam operations.

Here they are being presented with hats to commemorate the day and recognize their hard work in years past.
Former employees recognized as The Dalles Lock and Dam is named National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
7/23/2014 1:52:00 PM
Ron Twiner, project manager of The Dalles Lock and Dam operations, thanks former employees Dean Webster and Aaron Hagaman for their hard work and dedication to the Corps of Engineers during the construction of the facility  on behalf of the current and past employees of The Dalles Lock and Dam. 

At least two current employees from each of the crews (engineering, operations, fisheries, rangers, maintenance, mechanical, structural, etc.) attended the ceremony, where The Dalles Lock and Dam was named a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
Employees integral to building and maintaining National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
7/23/2014 1:50:00 PM
Former employees of The Dalles Lock and Dam, Dean Webster and Aaron Hagaman, help Portland District Commander, Col. Jose L. Aguilar fold the U.S. flag, as Jeff Bradley, a representative of the American Society of Civil Engineers, looks on.

The Dalles Lock and Dam was named a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
The Dalles named National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
7/23/2014 1:50:00 PM
Col. Jose L. Aguilar, commander of the Portland District, and Ron Twiner, Project Manager for The Dalles Lock and Dam operations listen to stories from experiences of former employees, Dean Webster and Aaron Hagaman.
The Dalles named National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
7/23/2014 1:49:00 PM
Portland District Commander, Col. Jose L. Aguilar, and The Dalles Lock and Dam Administrative Officer, Tamera Armstrong, talk with two former employees of The Dalles Lock and Dam. Dean Webster and Aaron Hagaman were part of the concrete construction of the dam, building it strong from the ground up. The Dalles Lock and Dam was named a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
The Dalles named National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
7/23/2014 1:47:00 PM
North Jetty at the Mouth of the Columbia River
MCR Jetties
6/27/2014 2:03:00 PM
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