The Chehalis River in southwest Washington, is one of the state’s most important remaining rivers for Chinook and winter steelhead.It’s been identified as a key source of food for struggling Southern Resident killer whale pods. But it’s also slated for a dam in the upper watershed, which would inundate key spawning grounds and damage the hydrology of the river.

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Oregon's Southern Coast - A Stronghold for Wild Anadromous Fish

In mid august, I visited watersheds located on Oregon’s southern coast to learn more about the communities, fish, and the environment. I had a simple goal - learn what I can do to support these...

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Join Us for a Guaranteed Good Time for a Great Cause! Where: The Miracle Barn at 65599 Tweed Road, Bend, OR / *Virtual auction available anywhere you have wifi! When: Saturday, August 17th, 4 - 7pm What: A FREE Central Oregon benefit for our wild, native fish, free-flowing rivers, and thriving communities.