The fate of salmon in the Pacific Northwest is a perennial concern. This video combines rare color-film footage of the great Indian fishery at Celilo Falls on the Columbia River with public radio reports from 1990-91 about the listing of certain salmon populations under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Four radio stories are 1) How the Salmon ESA decision was made, with Merritt Tuttle of NMFS; 2) An interview with Bill Bakke of Oregon Trout, an ESA petitioner; 3) Trying to help migrating salmon at Bonneville Dam, with OSU biologist Alec Maule; and 4) an Indian view of the salmon crisis, with Ted Strong of CRITFC. The silent film footage is courtesy of the Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District. The radio reports, and the mashup, were produced by Joe Cone of Oregon Sea Grant.