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Saving a Rare Southern California River

Nov 3rd, 2015  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Saving a Rare Southern California River

This month, Western Rivers Conservancy made an important move toward conserving a key stretch of the Santa Margarita, one of the last free-flowing rivers in Southern California. By committing to purchase 1,384 acres of riverland, we moved one step closer to creating an unbroken habitat corridor and a critical ecological link between the inland high desert, coastal Santa Ana Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

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We Did It! Success on Catherine Creek

Nov 3rd, 2015  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

We Did It! Success on Catherine Creek

The Grande Ronde River is a jewel in northeastern Oregon. It flows 182 miles from the Blue Mountains across an expansive agricultural valley and through several large canyons before meeting the Snake River just below Hells Canyon. In addition to breathtaking scenery, the Grande Ronde boasts excellent float trips, popular big game hunting grounds and one of the most productive salmon and steelhead fisheries in the Snake River basin. One of its lifeline tributaries is Catherine Creek, one of the most important salmon and steelhead producing tributaries in the entire Snake River basin.

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When Beer, Gear and Sandals Save Rivers

Nov 3rd, 2015  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

When Beer, Gear and Sandals Save Rivers

We’re happy to report that some of our must-haves when heading to the river recently became part of our efforts to save rivers. This summer, four valued partners raised funds to support our work, while helping spread the word about Western River Conservancy’s mission to save the great rivers of the West.

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Help Us Save Blue Creek

Nov 3rd, 2015  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

Help Us Save Blue Creek

This week, WRC launched a crowdfunding campaign to Save Blue Creek and complete a cold-water salmon sanctuary in the heart of the California Redwoods. We’re in the homestretch of conserving 73 square miles of land in partnership with the Yurok Tribe to save this all-important tributary to the lower Klamath River. Now, we need your help to bring this project to the finish line! To watch the video we made about this rare and wild place go to www.savebluecreek.com. Please donate to the campaign and, most importantly, help us spread the word through email, Instagram and Facebook. Together we can Save Blue Creek!

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