The Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board, a non-profit organization focused on salmon recovery in North Central Washington, has released a 12-minute video called "The Power of Partnership," according to a March 17 press release from the organization.
What does UCSRB stand for?
UCSRB stands for Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board (Wenatchee, WA)
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The role of fishing in economic development in the upper Columbia is incredibly important," said Derek Van Marter, associate director for the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board, an organization that partners with local county governments, tribes, public utility districts and private interests to restore fish populations in a way that is not only scientifically sound but economically viable for stakeholders.