Update: Potter Valley Project on the Eel River

Update: Potter Valley Project on the Eel River

A statement prepared by Redgie Collins (CalTrout’s Legal and Policy Director) and Curtis Knight (CalTrout’s Executive Director) A New Path Forward for Potter Valley Project Restoring Eel and Russian Rivers for the benefit of people and wildlife. In response to a...

Sprint to the finish on Klamath River dam removal

Signatories to the Klamath Basin Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement, including Trout Unlimited, held a press briefing on November 12 and said they are in a “sprint to the finish” to achieve the pact’s principal goal of removing four old dams on the Klamath River. The signatories, including Tribal leaders, a representative of the ranching community, and…

New Momentum Builds for Idaho Salmon Recovery

Congressman Mike Simpson jump-started the regional conversation among elected officials and stakeholders with his ambitious Columbia Basin Initiative. While it received support from OR Governor Kate Brown and Congressman Earl Blumenauer, the tepid response from the...

Free Flowing Rivers Make Way for Salmon

Guest blog by Columbia Riverkeeper If it was possible for the White Salmon, it’s possible for the lower Snake River. Let’s save our salmon. Footage by Mocdoc Documentaries and Andy Masser Editing by Corey Birnstengel Take down the lower Snake River dams....