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Dam project could see devastating effects in Willamette Valley

January 29, 2018 --

Dam project could have severe impact on farmers

Oregonians For Food and Shelter

A major proposal to boost fish passage and stabilize the water temperature at Detroit Dam could leave irrigators high and dry for up to two years in the Mid-Willamette Valley.

The North Santiam River flows past fields of green grass at Butler Farms west of Stayton, Ore., where Gary Butler and his two brothers grow more than 2,000 acres of irrigated crops.

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