The wilderness in Central Washington has some really nice bull trout habitat. But one thing stands in the way: an impassable dam. All the work biologists put into moving the fish could be for naught.
An 18-year-old dream to reshape Troutdale's downtown riverfront appears to be dead in the water.
About 15 people live in the Sandy River Delta Park, though some transients build multiple camps and others leave shelters behind after moving on for good.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a new plan for bringing back the declining bull trout in five western states. But conservationists say it won't actually restore the fish's population.
Episode 42 of Literary Arts: The Archive Project is a rebroadcast that features author Elizabeth Strout. In her lecture “Why I think fiction matters,” Strout explores how reading magnifies our understanding of the human experience.
local | Fish & Wildlife | Environment | Water | NewsAP | Aug. 13, 2015 4:05 p.m. | Grants Pass, Oregon
Fishing restrictions intended to protect salmon, steelhead and trout from lethally warm water conditions have been lifted for the lower and middle sections of the Rogue River.
Episode 10 of Literary Arts: The Archive Project features author Elizabeth Strout. In her lecture “Why I think fiction matters,” Strout explores how reading magnifies our understanding of the human experience.
Gravel spit out of the back of the dump truck in a giant arc, landing on the far side of Crooked Creek. The angle changed, sending the gravel to the center and near side. Back and forth it went, the small rocks splashing into the water.
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.