Montana and federal officials have been working together to try and find a route around the Intake Diversion Dam on the Yellowstone River for Pallid Sturgeon. The tentative plan is to build an irrigation dam and fish bypass northeast of Glendive, Montana. This would allow the sturgeon to reach upstream spawning grounds that they have not had access to. The plan is to be finalized in court by December 30th.
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