Brian O'Keefe and Todd Moen of Catch Magazine will present Steelhead Film Night, an evening of fly-fishing films and photos from around the globe, tonight at McMenamins Old St. Francis School, located at 700 N.W. Bond St., in downtown Bend.
In the Media
November 16, 2010 – Sisters Nugget – Stimulus dollars at work in Sisters
The slow trickle-down effect of "stimulus" funds has finally brought American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dollars to Sisters. And along with the money came a few forest jobs that politicians were hyping during the past mid-term elections.
November 20, 2010 – The Oregonian – Oregon companies find growth in restoring forests
As workers with J & S Trucking reconstructed a section of Whychus Creek this fall, placing logs in the banks and boulders in the creek bed to create fish habitat, the work was a far cry from what the company was doing a decade ago.
October 6, 2010 – The Source Weekly – Vote Yes on Measure 76:
What have you done for your local parks, rivers and wildlife recently? Not much opportunity to help? Here’s a perfect chance for you to do something truly meaningful for these things we all cherish. In November, you can vote “yes” on Measure 76.
November 21, 2010 – Bend Bulletin – Critics: Conflict in Bend water study
On Nov. 3, as city councilors prepared to make a potentially historic decision to approve one of Bend’s largest-ever infrastructure projects — one that could cost up to $73 million — John Maxwell stood before them to defend his company.
November 18, 2010 – Bend Bulletin – Groundwater option deserves serious study
Bend’s councilors were in a great hurry several years ago when they launched the city’s public transit system. Taxpayers had said on multiple occasions that they didn’t want it, but councilors knew what was best and, besides, had tired of public debate. So they took the plunge.
October 26, 2010 – Sisters Nugget – Salmon Watch on the Metolius
These are heady times for anyone interested in saving water and bringing back salmon fisheries to the streams and rivers of the Northwest. In Central Oregon their are so many water conservation groups they might step all over each other; but the best part is, they're coordinated, and instead of competing, it's like a beautiful dance, and the winners are salmon and us.
November 4, 2010 – Bend Bulletin – Bend water system upgrade approved
Bend city councilors gave their support to a multimillion-dollar upgrade to the city’s Bridge Creek water system that could increase rates for customers by 37 to 45 percent over the next five years.
October 31, 2010 – Bend Bulletin – 'Strange bedfellows' challenge water plan
Skepticism over a $73 million proposal to upgrade Bend’s Bridge Creek water system has brought together a diverse group of businessmen and conservationists who aren’t sure the project is the best for ratepayers, economic development or the Deschutes River watershed.