Larry Oathout inspects Minter Creek on the Key Peninsula with his son Solomon, 4, in 2011. The five culverts at the location make it difficult for spawning salmon to migrate through during high water. The Supreme Court will review a court order that could force Washington state to pay billions of dollars to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration.
Larry Oathout inspects Minter Creek on the Key Peninsula with his son Solomon, 4, in 2011. The five culverts at the location make it difficult for spawning salmon to migrate through during high water. The Supreme Court will review a court order that could force Washington state to pay billions of dollars to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration. Drew Perine Olympian file photo
Larry Oathout inspects Minter Creek on the Key Peninsula with his son Solomon, 4, in 2011. The five culverts at the location make it difficult for spawning salmon to migrate through during high water. The Supreme Court will review a court order that could force Washington state to pay billions of dollars to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration. Drew Perine Olympian file photo

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