Steelhead, trout, and salmon are at a pivotal moment. The threats they face are enormous. This is why we are throwing our energies into the protection and recovery of rivers across steelhead country and building strongholds for the long term.
On February 5th, the Oregon legislature commenced a “short session” that will continue into March. Wild Steelheaders United is engaging on a number of bills that would affect wild steelhead. Here’s our take on the state of play:
In September 2023, after years of planning and fundraising, TU’s North Coast Coho Project and their partners completed a fish passage and habitat improvement project on Dry Dock Gulch, a tributary of Northern California’s Big River.
New river protections in Washington mean the Green, Napeequa, and Cascade Rivers will continue to provide cold, clean water for fish and people.
TU’s Oregon Policy Advisor spends a day with Oregon State Police
In this week’s Science Friday we examine a new study that sheds light on the alarming mechanisms and impacts of the rapid shift in egg size of fish reared in hatcheries.
This month, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) released the initial draft of its plan to remove two old, fish-killing dams on the Eel River.
Oregon DEQ withdraws its proposal to roll back water quality standards in the Crooked River and Trout Creek
Chris Wood, TU President and CEO, explains what’s at stake on the Snake River.
Our Science Advisor looks at the winter forecast, ocean temperatures, and the impacts on steelhead in the Pacific.