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Tag archive for: Steelhead Habitat

  • Update on Fish, Not Gold Campaign

    Update on the Fish, Not Gold Campaign from campaign director Kim McDonald.

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 4/8/14 | Comments: 5
  • Encourage Washington State Legislatures to Reform In-Stream Mining

    Hobby suction dredge mining in steelhead and salmon habitat is a significant problem in some Washington drainages. Take action to help change regulations and create new laws.

    Category: Action Alerts | Posted by: | 2/6/14 | Comments: 1
  • Fish, Not Gold

    Kim McDonald of Shelterwood Consulting chimes in on the current lack of regulations for suction-dredge mining in Washington streams and their effects on critical habitat for endangered salmonids.

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 2/5/14 | Comments: 92
  • Skagit Initiative Update – Fall 2013

    An update of our Skagit Initiative work from the fall of 2013…

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 11/20/13 | Comments: 1
  • Driftboat Auction

    Orvis and the Wild Steelhead Coalition will be auctioning off a one-of-a-kind McKenzie-style driftboat, hand-built by master craftsman Ross Duncan.

    Category: WSC Updates | Posted by: | 10/5/12 | Comments: 0
  • Pass Creek and North Umpqua River Basin, Oregon (1968)

    Provides a penetrating account of a once-rich steelhead trout stream threatened by careless logging practices. Focusing on Oregon’s North Umpqua River Basin, the film portrays the impact of clearcut logging on the small tributary streams where most of the river’s steelhead are spawned and reared. The subtle interdependence of land and water and the disruption of the aquatic environment caused by stream-clogging debris and warming water are dramatically presented. Hal Riney and Dick Snider, advertising executives and fishermen, produced the film and donated it to Oregon State University. It was widely distributed and viewed in Oregon and throughout the United States through the 1970s and was influential in changing logging practices in the Northwest.

    Category: Film & Video | Posted by: | 2/10/12 | Comments: 0