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President's Remarks on Salmon Restoration
President George W. Bush discusses salmon restoration from Ice Harbor Locks and Dam in Burbank, Wash., Friday, August 22, 2003. "I was pleased to see the incredible care that goes in to protecting the salmon that journey up the river. It's an important message to send to people, it seems like to me, that a flourishing salmon population is a vital part of the vibrancy of this incredibly beautiful part of our country," said the President in his remarks about his tour of the facility. White House photo by Paul Morse.

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