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FLTF: Restoration the Only Feasible Path Forward

The Four Lakes Task Force issued three updates on March 20:

  • Assessments Are Based on Benefit Derived (reviews the assessment methodology and timing/cost of the appeal process)

  • The Only Feasible Path Forward (there is not a "do nothing" alternative. It is not permitted to leave the dams in the rivers as they are.)

  • Just the Facts (provides answers to often-asked questions)

All three can be read here.

A link to the March 13 webinar recording can also be found on the FLTF website here.


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