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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Monday, April 11, 2016

Nestle hustles to bottle Columbia River Tribes water



NESTLE MEETING IN CASCADE LOCKS
Columbia River Tribes Not Notified of Today's Meeting
April 11th 2016 (CASCADE LOCKS, OREGON) By Kayla Godowa-Tufti
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During 2015, the heat picked up and the water in the Columbia River was the warmest on record. Various species were threatened by the temperature increase, with high mortality rates found in some species including spring Chinook salmon, an integral part of Columbia River Treaty Tribes culture and spirituality.