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Raging wildfires threaten drinking water | Columnists 

If you live in the Northwestern part of the continent, as I do, there has been no escaping this year’s extraordinary wildfire season.

Tens of thousands of people have been forced to evacuate their homes. 74 more words

Guest Opinion

Neil Creek a fish magnet? It is now

A project to reclaim lost salmon habitat on a milelong reach of Neil Creek through a private ranch is turning into a wild-fish magnet one year after completion — and in the process it’s turning heads in the fish restoration world. 51 more words

Mail Tribune

Kelowna's greenway users advised of upcoming work

Work is about to get underway along a section of the Mission Creek Greenway in Kelowna because of this spring’s higher-than-normal freshet flows.

The high water levels have caused changes to Misison Creek which now require repair and refinement of the floodplain and fish habitat restoration work that was completed in 2016. 138 more words


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