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Riverlands Newsletter

2016 Spring - Issue 35
WRC Boosts Efforts to Recover Idaho's Salmon River; Blue Creek One Step Closer to Completion; Effort Now Underway on Upper Rio Grande; Conserving an Oasis in the Mojave Desert

2015 Winter - Issue 34
Catalyst for Conservation in San Luis Valley; New Effort to Protect Desert Lifeline; Victory for Columbia and Snake River Salmon; Rare Wildlife Corridor Conserved

2015 Summer - Issue 33
Effort Begins to Save a Stretch of a Legendary Oregon Stream; WRC Commits to Purchase Vital Reach of Mojave River; WRC Buys Last Unprotected Reach of Fossil Creek; Expanded Effort to Protect Salmon Stronghold

2015 Spring - Issue 32
Globally Important Sanctuary Expanded in Klamath-Siskiyou; WRC Buys Ranch to Secure John Day River Access; Prized Stretch of Yampa Now Conserved and Public; WRC Completes "Chahalpam" on North Santiam

2014 Fall - Issue 31
Explanding our Efforts on Oregon's Wild John Day River; A New Initiative on the Mighty Rio Grande; Viewshed Forever Protected on the Salmon River; Completing Conservation of an Arizona Treasure

2014 Spring - Issue 30
Big Mammals, Rare Trout and a National Scenic Trail; WRC Expands “Chahalpam” for Imperiled Fish and Wildlife; Recovery Efforts Continue on Key Salmon Stream; One Step Closer to Re-watering the “Little Cim”

2013 Fall - Issue 29
Big Gains on Blue Creek and the Klamath River; WRC Opens New Access on Upper Yampa; Adding More Land to the Dominguez-Escalante NCA; Catherine Creek, Oregon: New Project for Salmon and Steelhead

2013 Summer - Issue 28
A Vision Realized on Oregon's John Day River; Conservation Milestone at Cross Mountain Canyon; Restoring a Watershed in the Idaho Panhandle; Hope for Salmon and Steelhead on North Santiam
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Riverlands Express

December 2014
Sarvis Creek, Colorado

December 2014
Big Sheep Creek, Washington

December 2014
Salmon River, Idaho

July 2014
Thirtymile Creek, Oregon

July 2014
Big Sheep Creek, Washington

July 2014
FishPond and Chaco Partnership

February 2014
Klamath River, California

February 2014
Catherine Creek, Oregon
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Press Releases

More than 100 years in the making, Punchbowl Falls finally becomes County Park

April 18, 2016

WRC and Hood River County conserve 103 acres at Punchbowl Falls, creating a new county park along the Hood River.
Western Rivers Conservancy and Colville N.F. Conserve Prime Wildlife Corridor and National Scenic Trail Access at Big Sheep Creek

December 18, 2015

WRC conserves 2,392 acres of wetlands, meadows and riverlands along Big Sheep Creek after conveying land to Colville National Forest.
New Fund Launches to Promote Conservation and Livability in Colorado’s San Luis Valley

November 3, 2015

Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC), Colorado Open Lands (COL) and Rio Grande Headwaters Land Trust (RiGHT) are pleased to announce the creation of the San Luis Valley Conservation Fund.
Agencies, nonprofits, community and volunteers gather at Sarvis Creek to celebrate conservation of Yampa River Property

September 17, 2015

Conservation partners gather on the Yampa River to celebrate their successful conservation of the historic Hubbard Summer Camp, at the confluence of the Yampa River and Sarvis Creek.
Conservancy, Tribe Conserve More Habitat on the North Santiam River for Imperiled Willamette Valley Fish and Wildlife

January 20, 2015

WRC and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde completed “Chahalpam,” an assemblage of land that conserves an outstanding stretch of the lower North Santiam River.
A Cherished Reach of the Upper Yampa River Forever Conserved and Open to the Public

December 17, 2014

WRC, the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service completed conservation of a historic property at the confluence of the Yampa River and Sarvis Creek today.
Western Rivers Conservancy Award for Sandy River Recreation Projects

October 31, 2014

The Public Lands Foundation presented the Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC) with a 2014 Landscape Certificate of Appreciation for work along the Sandy River.
Oregon’s Newest State Park Opens Next Week on the John Day River

September 18, 2013

Western Rivers Conservancy and OPRD conserve 16,000 acres along the West’s longest free-flowing river.
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