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Thank you to all our members and supporters who sent comments to the California Fish and Wildlife Commission in October. With your encouragement, and help from our local River Steward and partners...
The Native Fish Society and our River Stewards have been advocating for the Deschutes River and its wild, native fish for over a decade. In 2016, we redoubled our efforts, intent on holding...
Testimony to the Department of Environmental Quality for the Outstanding Resource Waters designation for the North Fork Smith River, its tributaries and wetlands.
February 22, 2017
Winner, winner...! Congratulations go out to our lucky winner of the Bulkley Basecamp for a Benjamin raffle, Mark Friedman! Thank you everyone who participated and stay tuned! This won't be the...
Fish passage counts at Willamette Falls have everyone worried, and wondering, what happened to threatened Willamette winter steelhead this year. Biologists with the Oregon Department of Fish and...
On June 14th, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed the Suction Dredge Reform Bill (SB 3) legislation which establishes a permanent framework to manage in-stream motorized mining...
Out of all fish in the Northwest currently threatened with extinction, the National Marine Fisheries Service believes Oregon Coast Coho have the best chance at recovery in the next decade per the...
Click here to view our February 2017 Redd It newsletter.
Oregon City, OR | Effective January 1st 2017, Bill Bakke has retired from his 20 year career with the Native Fish Society. Mr. Bakke is the Founder of NFS and was also, at various times, its...
Strong Runs ~ Winter 2017 ~ Issue 11.1
If you're a member of the Native Fish Society keep your eyes peeled -- our latest Strong Runs newsletter should be showing up in your mailbox this week! This...