Native Fish Society, along with our co-petitioners at the Center for Biological Diversity and Umpqua Watersheds, have filed a notice of our intent to sue the National Marine Fisheries Service to force the agency to decide whether Oregon coast Spring-run Chinook Salmon [...]
For anyone who missed the live Presentation, or wants to review the information.March 29, 2021 Lidar Presentation
The Siuslaw National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Coos Bay District invite you to provide input as we begin the planning process for the Wasson and Franklin Creeks Comprehensive River Management Plan. Segments of Wasson Creek and Franklin Creek were designated as additions to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System in [...]
Interview with Hydrologist, Michael Jones.
Interview with Alva Paulson about wildlife artwork and nature journaling.
Interviews with Diana Pace and Connie Page about hiking in the Umpqua watershed and beyond.
KQUA has made significant progress with a website, live365 listening App on Google Play, and new programming. We still have some needs for the station. Until the end of this month, we are holding a fundraiser to cover the costs associated with keeping KQUA on the air. Funds are needed to make the station more [...]
After a tumultuous 2020, the Wilderness Committee is looking forward to getting back to in-person activities without fearing for our health and well-being as more and more of our friends, neighbors, and families get vaccinated. But until that happens we’ll be working under the governor’s social distancing restrictions and continue [...]
After over 2 years of research, many town halls and public meetings, and 15,000 nominations from Oregonians across the state, Senator Ron Wyden’s River Democracy Act of 2021 has come to life.
Senator Wyden put out the call for Oregonians to nominate their favorite rivers and streams for [...]