CBFWAColumbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority
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The Council rejected the CBFWA proposed flow rates because it found that the recommended flows would adversely affect resident fish and wildlife, reservoir refill, and would not assure the region an adequate, efficient, economical, and reliable power supply.
The CBFWA emphasized the importance of reducing travel time in its justification for increased flows:
This nonmandatory water budget approach is quite different from the required flows recommended in the CBFWA flow proposal, and is a subject of litigation instituted by the Yakima Indian Nation and environmental groups, challenging the adequacy of the Council's 1991 amendments.