Behind the Scenes of Big Policy

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Ever wonder why it’s so complicated to manage our natural resources and gain traction in habitat recovery?... Read More → Behind the Scenes of Big Policy

Recent Fish Numbers Show Interesting Trends

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Returns of spring Chinook and steelhead remained low in 2020 in the Wenatchee, Entiat, Methow, and Okanogan... Read More → Recent Fish Numbers Show Interesting Trends

Relocating Beavers to Help Upper Columbia Streams

Environment, Salmon Recovery|

Written by Michael Dello Russo, Trout Unlimited We all learned the basics of the water cycle, likely in grade... Read More → Relocating Beavers to Help Upper Columbia Streams

Positive Impact of Wildfire on Chinook Habitat

Forest Health, Press Release, Salmon Recovery|

There is no secret wildfire has catastrophic impacts on the landscape, but did you know it can have some... Read More → Positive Impact of Wildfire on Chinook Habitat

An Interview From the Past Tells a Story

Salmon Recovery, Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board|

Bud and Andy Hover both have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the Upper Columbia region’s history and... Read More → An Interview From the Past Tells a Story

Seeing Salmon Goes Virtual

Education, Environment, Salmon Recovery|

Ever wonder where to go to actually SEE salmon in the wild? We recently turned our popular “Seeing Salmon,... Read More → Seeing Salmon Goes Virtual

July Science on the Street

Education, Science on the Street|

Featured article Climate change threatens Chinook salmon throughout their life cycle Abstract Widespread... Read More → July Science on the Street

Ecology in Okanogan Transforms Youth

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For 6 years, the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation Fish and Wildlife Department have partnered... Read More → Ecology in Okanogan Transforms Youth

June Science on the Street

Education, Science on the Street|

Featured article Exceptionally high mortality of adult female salmon: a large-scale pattern and a... Read More → June Science on the Street

2021 Spring Chinook Numbers Looking Up

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Spring Chinook return to the Upper Columbia between April and June 15th of each year. After that date,... Read More → 2021 Spring Chinook Numbers Looking Up