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The Vancouver Sun reports that [BC’s $32 million commercial sardine industry has suddenly and 'inexplicably' collapsed](http://www.vancouversun.com/travel/Sudden+disappearance+sardines+serious+economic+ecological/9034961/story.html "").
West Coast fishery managers adopted new rule Tuesday that protects many species of forage fish at the bottom of the ocean food chain.
Population counts indicate there aren't enough fish to open the West Coast sardine fishery this year.
Last month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said it was phasing out a class of bee-harming pesticides on wildlife refuges in the Pacific region. That rule now applies nationwide.
Several conservation groups and tribes are suing the National Marine Fisheries Service, contending the federal agency has unlawfully allowed harm to marine mammals by permitting the Navy to expand sonar use and carry out underwater practice drills.
The common carp has overrun the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Southeast Oregon, severely degrading one of the most productive migratory bird habitats in the Northwest.
Fish & Wildlife | Environment | News | WaterMay 7, 2015 5:48 p.m.
A coalition of Willamette river advocates say funding from the city will help restore Audrey McCall beach, a small cove on the east bank, to benefit swimmers — both human and salmon.
Researchers on the Oregon coast study the role that forage fish play in the food chain.
A Wild Foraged Salad and Fisherman's Stew with Mussels, Crab, Scallops and Tomato Broth are made.