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Last June, Ian Courter and colleagues published a paper arguing that the winter steelhead hatchery program on the Hood River had no negative effects on the wild stock. But a new comment by Matt...
2023 NFS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Team Invitation Native Fish Society is dedicated to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all wild fish advocates. As part of this mission, we...
The California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board continues to neglect minimum flow requirements for the Shasta River. For years, the water board has looked the other way when summer...
On Thursday, November 17, 2022, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced the final step approving the removal of the four lower Klamath River Dams, starting the largest dam removal...
On Monday, December 5th, Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department held a public meeting discussing a commercial jet boats at Touvelle State Park. There were nearly 80 people at the meeting, and...
Over the past four years, commercial jet boats have been operating under a special use temporary permit on the upper Rogue River. This December, Oregon State Parks is considering approving a...
Native Fish Society's work to revive abundant wild, native fish has never been more ambitious and expansive. As our River Steward and Native Fish Fellowship community grows, we're...
This letter was initially published in the Roseburg News-Review on November 20, 2022. South Umpqua River Steward Bob Hoehne shares his passion for protecting and conserving the future of our Oregon...
CONTENT WARNING: The following content contains reference to statistics of violence and may be harmful or traumatizing to some readers.This past week we witnessed a glimpse of the world we’re...