Deschutes River Conservancy News

Angie Huber – My Project Zero Internship Reflection

The Project Zero Internship through PGE has been tremendous and has given me experience in an abundance of environmental fields. Thanks to funding from Portland General Electric’s Project Zero Program, my time with the Deschutes River Conservancy has been extended through May 31st, 2023. I couldn’t be more excited to continue this opportunity!

Notes from the Field: Gathering with Colleagues from Around the NW

Recently DRC staff had the chance to get together in Portland with other river restoration professionals connected with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Columbia Basin Water Transaction Program (CBWTP). Agencies and organizations funded through…

Cascade Views Podcast – Protecting the Deschutes River Basin

On this episode of Cascade Views, Sipe sits down with the DRC’s Kate Fitzpatrick to discuss water, the DRC’s mission, and the role of the Deschutes River Conservancy in the Deschutes River Basin and Central Oregon community. 

700 Adult Chinook Salmon Are Moving into the Upper Basin

PGE has reported that 700 Spring Chinook have passed through the complex into the upper basin, a sharp increase from 180 Chinook last year. The is cause for celebration in the journey to help restore habitat, passage, and streamflow in the basin.