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  • A message from Jim Waddell about the Chinook salmon season closure
    Jim’s message is in response to this Oregon Fish and Wildlife Facebook post: Folks, once again the Feds have got you guys blaming each other, sea lions, birds, you name it.  There is a solution waiting in the wings that the Corps of Engineers,...
  • Oregon and Washington Fish and Game Close Chinook season early
    Oregon Fish and Wildlife Facebook post. CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Recreational salmon and steelhead fishing will close starting Saturday on the Columbia River from Buoy 10 to the Hwy. 395 Bridge near Pasco, Wash., under rules adopted today by fishery managers...
  • Pacific Northwest Energy Oversupply Fact Sheet
    Decommissioning the Lower Snake River Dams Would Help Resolve the Energy Oversupply Problem In the Pacific Northwest and Save Wild Salmon from Extinction Read more here: PDF version Mobile version
  • Recent comments from Howard Garrett
    Recent comments from Howard Garrett…here’s how this rose-tinted promotional hype below severely impacts the prospects for recovery of Southern Residents. The urgent need right now is for executive action to begin removal of the 4 lower Snake River...
  • Announcement of Columbia River Basin Scoping Process for New EIS
    On Friday, September 30th, 2016, the Federal government announced the schedule for the upcoming scoping process for a new Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for 14 dams in the Columbia River Basin. While it is important during this process for citizens...