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Oct. 01, 2012 · By Cassandra Profita

Study: Hatchery Salmon Don't Harm Wild Runs

A new study out today concludes hatchery fish don't necessarily have a negative impact on wild fish when the two interbreed. Continue reading →

Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Hatchery reform, Salmon


Feb. 07, 2011 · By Cassandra Profita

Which is faster: Hatchery or wild trout?

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Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Hatchery reform, Rainbow trout, Washington State University


Jan. 31, 2011 · By Cassandra Profita

Study: Steelhead mate with rainbow trout

A new study out of Oregon State University found sea-run steelhead mate with stay-at-home rainbow trout – and that the two fish populations in the Pacific Northwest are more interdependent than people once thought. Continue reading →

Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Hatchery reform, Oregon State University, Rainbow trout, Steelhead


Dec. 06, 2010 · By Cassandra Profita

Critics swarm Columbia River hatchery review

The Tri-City Herald weighs in against a controversial federal review of Columbia River hatcheries today, echoing discontent from sport and commercial fishing groups and four counties at the mouth of the river (two in Oregon and two in Washington). Add another voice to the debate over salmon hatcheries and what to do about their negative impacts on wild fish and habitat: Continue reading →

Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Hatchery reform, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Salmon


Nov. 29, 2010 · By Cassandra Profita

Are there too many (hatchery) fish in the sea?

These two stories fit together well: Continue reading →

Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Hatchery reform, Salmon


Aug. 09, 2010 · By Cassandra Profita

4 highs, 4 lows of hatcheries

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Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Endangered species, Fisheries, Hatchery reform, Salmon


July 25, 2010 · By Cassandra Profita

Lonesome Larry has bragging rights

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Filed under: Fish & Wildlife, Columbia River Basin, Dams, Fisheries, Hatchery reform, Salmon



About Ecotrope

In the Pacific Northwest, the environment is personal - it's where we live, work and play. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Ecotrope will bring you news and insight on the region’s environmental issues. Site curator Cassandra Profita is an award-winning reporter with degrees in journalism and environmental studies.

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