Pollution can enter the Snake River from a river like the Boise River and be carried all the way to the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. That’s why the federal government must be involved in pollution control, Ed Lotterman says. The Swan Falls hydroelectric dam on the Snake south of Kuna.
Pollution can enter the Snake River from a river like the Boise River and be carried all the way to the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. That’s why the federal government must be involved in pollution control, Ed Lotterman says. The Swan Falls hydroelectric dam on the Snake south of Kuna. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Pollution can enter the Snake River from a river like the Boise River and be carried all the way to the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. That’s why the federal government must be involved in pollution control, Ed Lotterman says. The Swan Falls hydroelectric dam on the Snake south of Kuna. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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