November 14, 2019

Hatchery & Wild Coexist Campaign Presentation

Hosted by Hatchery & Wild Coexist and the Association of Northwest Steelheaders Tualatin Valley Chapter. Do agency fishery scientists and policy makers recognize hatcheries as an […]
September 17, 2020

Wildfires Burn and Endanger Oregon Fish Hatcheries

Wildfires are tearing through the western United States, incinerating public lands, wildlife habitat, and towns in their path. Over 1.7 million acres have burned in Oregon and Washington alone, and while rain is predicted to bring some relief over the coming days, the fires have already destroyed critical infrastructure supporting our salmon and steelhead populations. Several Oregon fish hatcheries are in areas that were burned or evacuated. The Rock Creek Hatchery on the North Umpqua River sustained the most severe damage.