In the Media

Federal report supports removal of Klamath River dams

Bend Bulletin

Federal regulators on Friday issued a final environmental impact statement that supports the demolition of four massive dams on Northern California’s Klamath River to save imperiled migratory salmon.

Report: Benefits of Snake River dams must be replaced before breaching

Bend Bulletin

The benefits provided by four giant hydroelectric dams on the Snake River must be replaced before the dams can be breached to save endangered salmon runs, according to a final report issued Thursday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Washington U.S. Sen. Patty Murray.

Klamath Basin to receive $26M from federal infrastructure package

Bend Bulletin

Millions of dollars in federal funding is beginning to flow into the drought-stricken Klamath Basin that will be used for a variety of projects to improve water quality, irrigation efficiency and stabilize populations of endangered fish.

Whychus restoration project completed

Sister's Nugget

M & M Services completed their instream restoration work on Whychus Creek in three weeks. The work involved the stretch of creek from the Locust Street bridge to the Highway 20 bridge where it runs between Creekside Campground and Creekside Park.