August 31, 2022

12-Month Extension Granted to Find Solution for Improving Salmon and Steelhead Conditions in the Columbia River Basin

August 30, 2022

‘Inaction Is the Ally of Extinction’: Murray, Inslee Report Delivers Roadmap for Dam Removal, to Prevent Salmon Extinction, Strengthen Northwest Economies

August 15, 2022

‘Historic’ Win for Habitats, Climate, and Jobs

July 27, 2022

Climate and Drought Resilience: The Future of Our Waters

When Oregon’s next governor takes office, they are set to inherit a myriad of ecoregions ranging from the temperate rainforests of the Coast and West Cascade mountain ranges to the sagebrush country of the Northern Basin. Almost every ecosystem within these regions is currently experiencing their driest period in 1,200 years.
June 2, 2022

When it Rains it Pours: Families Hooked on Fishing

The weather on the morning of April 30th, 2022 was indecisive. Patches of blue sky and sun dared everyone to hope that the torrential rain forecasted for the day might just decide to pass on by. At the entrance to Camp Angelos, 15 cars were parked in a line waiting for the clock to strike eight and the gate to open. Students get to watch up close as salmon eggs hatch and grow to fry right before their eyes before being released into local waterways.
February 1, 2022

2022 Oregon Short Legislative Session: Northwest Steelheaders Priority Bills & How You Can Help

The Oregon state legislative session begins this month. Our Board of Directors has identified an ambitious list of bills to track during the 2022 legislative session, so we need your help!
November 29, 2021

Delivering Schools of Salmon: A lifelong investment in wildlife conservation

Fish Eggs to Fry is an educational program of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) that provides salmon and trout eggs to schools for fostering in classroom aquariums. Students get to watch up close as salmon eggs hatch and grow to fry right before their eyes before being released into local waterways.
October 21, 2021

Reflecting on this Year’s Accomplishments

A new survey conducted on behalf of a coalition of environmental groups found a majority of Washington state voters are open to an effort to restore salmon runs by breaching the Lower Snake River dams while replacing the energy, transportation and irrigation they provide.