Our restoration leader on California’s Central Coast takes his steelheading, and steelhead conservation, very seriously.
Flowing free in ’23
Part 3 of Life after dams: The Klamath River, straddling the border between California and Oregon, is the third most productive watershed for salmon and steelhead on the West Coast. The Klamath is also Ground Zero for one of the most challenging water conflicts in U.S. history.
In Maine, fish following ancient instincts find newly open rivers
Part 2 of Life after dams: In New England, where dams have devastated runs of Atlantic salmon and other native sea-run fish, Trout Unlimited has been working to restore rivers and salmon runs for more than 30 years.
On the Elwha, dams came down, steelhead came back
Part 1 of a series. This week, we’re telling stories about what happens when dams come out and life flows back in. It’s a vision of what could be on the lower Snake: a free-flowing river and wild fisheries staging a remarkable comeback.
January Legislative Update: Washington
In January, the Washington legislature commenced a “short session” that will end on March 10. We are tracking a variety of bills during the 2022 session that relate to wild steelhead issues.
Legislative Preview: Oregon’s 2022 Short Session
On February 1st, the Oregon legislature commenced a “short session” that will continue into early March. TU is tracking a variety of bills during the 2022 short session that relate to wild steelhead issues.