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Victory for Clackamas River Salmon and Steelhead!

Clackamas River by Erin Barnholdt

Clackamas River by Erin Barnholdt

Some great news that broke on New Year’s Eve! The Oregon Court of Appeals delivered a victory for Clackamas River salmon and steelhead in an opinion determining that municipal water users must leave enough water in the Clackamas for imperiled fish populations!

This is a welcome decision for all those who value Oregon’s incredible rivers, salmon, and steelhead, and especially for those in the Portland metro area who regularly enjoy the Clackamas River.

The Court of Appeals ruling is available here.

2014 Accomplishments and Ongoing Projects

metoliuswizardfallsjcdThanks to our members WaterWatch had an outstanding 2014. Click here to see some of our 2014 accomplishments and projects going in to 2015.

Thanks to Everyone Who Joined Us for Pint in Ashland!

pints_purposeIt was great meeting everyone who came to enjoy a beer in Ashland while supporting WaterWatch! We were thrilled to be selected as a beneficiary of Standing Stone Brewing Company’s “Pint for a Purpose” program. On Giving Tuesday, December 2, Standing Stone donated $2 to WaterWatch for every pint of beer sold in the brewpub from 5pm-10pm. Thanks Standing Stone!

2014 Celebration of Oregon Rivers – Thank You!

12th AuctionThanks to everyone who came out on November 8th and made our 12th Annual Celebration of Oregon Rivers such a success!

There are some great images of the event from our photographer of the evening Nina Johnson up on our Facebook page.

Fall 2014 Newsletter

Rogue River courtesy BLM Oregon.

Rogue River courtesy BLM Oregon.

Our Fall 2014 newsletter is hot off the presses! Read about our latest efforts for Oregon’s river’s and streams here.

Study Finds Rogue River Ecosystem Benefitted from Dam Removal

Rafters in 2009 approach the remains of the Savage Rapids Dam. (The Associated Press/Jeff Barnard)

Scientists at Oregon State University have found that the ecosystems on the Rogue and Calapooia rivers quickly recovered after small dams were removed. Read more here.

Summer 2014 Newsletter

Snow geese (Chen caerulescens)

Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge by Brett Cole

Our latest newsletter is out! Check it out here.

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