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1 Lucky Angler, 1 Epic Week on the Babine River this Fall for Just $100!British Columbia's Babine River is the hallowed homewaters of some of the largest wild steelhead swimming on the planet....
Join us from 9am - Noon on July 23rd to clean up the Kalama River! The Kalama River is a tributary to the Lower Columbia River and provides important spawning habitat for steelhead and cutthroat...
Native Fish Society is conducting a multi-year survey project to better tell the story of what is happening with our wild Steelhead and Coho after the removal of a dam that didn't allow fish...
Guest Post by Luke Whitman and Ben Walczak of Oregon Department of Fish and WildlifeHistoric land use practices have taken their toll on native fish in the Molalla River, especially salmon and...
PORTLAND, Ore – On May 18, 2022, a Marion County Circuit Court judge granted a preliminary injunction that pauses the elimination of the Rock Creek Hatchery summer steelhead program pending the...
I spent the summer and fall of 2020 and 2021 meandering across the rivers and creek of Northern California, looking for juvenile O. mykiss. I swam, walked, minked (slithering over rocks and jumping...
Upper Klamath River Spring Chinook were historically an abundant species of Salmon harvested by locals and tribes and provided a significant benefit to the entire Klamath River ecosystem. In the...
Join us Saturday, July 16th, as Native Fish Society hosts our first annual Umpqua Bass Bash! This event, hosted on the mainstem Umpqua River, will help remove Smallmouth Bass from the river and...
Two of the most common questions we receive at Native Fish Society are “how exactly do hatchery fish harm wild fish?” and “are there any examples of wild fish doing well after a hatchery program...
The North Umpqua Coalition
Mark Sherwood, Executive Director
David Moskowitz, Executive...