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Fish habitat restoration underway on East Fork Beech Creek

Biologists predict juvenile fish will have access to more water for much longer into the season.

Work on East Fork Beech Creek is intended to improve fish habitat and riparian system health. 12 more words

U.S. Forest Service

Interagency assessments for fish habitat delay ranchers’ access to federal land

Grazing allotments conflict with steelhead and bulltrout habitat.

Delayed Forest Service biological assessments are preventing some Grant County ranchers from turning out their cattle on public lands. 21 more words

Blue Mountain Eagle

CTUIR honored by Gov. Kate Brown for Catherine Creek restoration

The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation were honored by the Oregon State Land Board and Gov. Kate Brown for a fish habitat restoration project on Catherine Creek. 50 more words

Office Of The Governor

Now I get it — take out J.C. Boyle Dam with the other three | Guest Commentary 

For years I opposed removing the J.C. Boyle Dam while supporting removal of the Iron Gate, Copco I and Copco II dams on the Klamath River. 19 more words

Guest Opinion

Bow River project in Calgary aims to supplement fish habitat lost in the June 2013 flood

An important construction project is now underway in a Bow River channel that runs parallel to Quarry Park in southeast Calgary.

It’s the first of five sites the city has identified as areas where fish habitat in the Bow can be improved. 438 more words


Report: Restoration efforts in Columbia Basin helping salmon

The $500 million spent annually on habitat restoration projects and improvements are helping salmon, steelhead and other wildlife in the Columbia River Basin, federal agencies responsible for operating 14 federal dams say. 24 more words

The Register-Guard

With America's fisheries rebounding, we can't turn back

In the last 20 years, one of the country’s most valuable natural resources has transformed from a national disaster to a great American recovery story. But unless you’re a fishery scientist or a fisherman who suffered through the near collapse of a fishery, you’ve probably never heard the story. 14 more words

The Oregonian