Salmon Habitat Headlines
Salmon approve of nesting habitat
Chelan County PUD biologists and engineers have received the "salmon stamp of approval" for their $16 million project to add nesting habitat and restore year-round flow to the Chelan River.
"The fish approved," PUD fisheries biologist Steve Hays told com
Legislation by Senator Cantwell would protect wild salmon
Legislation authored by U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), that would protect thriving wild salmon populations, just as current law protects endangered salmon, received strong support today in a Senate hearing.
Man pleads guilty to altering coho habitat
A Lake Creek man who illegally built a 1,290-foot-long gravel berm in a Rogue River basin tributary this week became the first person convicted of a federal crime for altering wild coho salmon habitat in Southern Oregon or Northern California.
Gary R. We
A new haven for salmon
Salmon swimming in the Nisqually Reach have a new place to rest, feed and spawn thanks to a habitat- restoration project at the Beachcrest neighborhood's community beach.
Dry Creek growers look at habitat solutions
County Water Agency staffers called the coming year "a good opportunity" for greater cooperation among bureaucrats and Dry Creek Valley winegrowers at a recent workshop on Russian River watershed fish habitat.