THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2022 AT 7 PM at the Sacajawea Learning Center

“Central Idaho’s Wild Salmon and Steelhead: What Was; What Is; What Can Be”

This program is another in an educational series on the history of the Salmon River hosted by the Lemhi County Museum and the Sacajawea Interpretive Center. Russ Thurow, Fisheries Research Scientist for the USFS, Rocky Mountain Research Station, will discuss historical fish populations, current conditions, and potential for renewal. The importance of salmon and steelhead in this river system has been recorded in Agaidika oral histories, the Lewis and Clark journals, trapper journals, LDS missionary records, as well as by miners, and other settlers. Mr. Thurow will discuss how conditions and populations have changed over time.

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