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GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan—After dropping through downtown, the Grand River flattens out. There, the state is considering a dredging project to open the river to larger boats and travel between Grand Rapids and Grand Haven, a city at the river's mouth where it empties into Lake Michigan.

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Salmon have always been a vital part of food security here, and many people believe the time has arrived for key stakeholders and the public to examine the role of hatcheries and whether they strengthen the species and their survival during this chaotic time of climate change and removal of dams on the Klamath River.