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February 3, 2017
To: Oregon Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee
Re: Native Fish Society Testimony on Oregon State Legislature 2017 Session SB3
Greetings Chair Dembrow, Vice-Chair...
The sun begins to glimmer , illuminating the highest hills in the coast range. My truck rattles down a gravel road leading to an intimate Oregon coastal stream within the Siuslaw National Forest: a...
We've seen the physical changes salmon and steelehead undergo as they return to freshwater to spawn but what about searun Cutthroat Trout? Recapture rates remain high for our Coastal Cutthroat...
Things are quiet on the spawning grounds of South Puget Sound tributaries following frigid temperatures last week. Most fish tagged through out Coastal Cutthroat Campaign were heading back out to...
Brookings, Ore. | As the new year begins we’re teeming with joy for native fish and wild rivers! It was a photo finish, but with just 48 hours left in 2016, the Assistant Secretary for Lands and...
Click here to view our January 2017 Redd It e-newsletter.
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the proposal to include hatchery programs as part of Pacific salmon and steelhead species listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). As a diverse...
Click here to view our December 2016 Redd It e-newsletter.
Click here to view our November 2016 Conservation and Science Report.
Fish Society (NFS) is a nonprofit organization based in Oregon City,
Oregon. Guided by the best available
science, Native Fish Society advocates for the recovery...