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Ranch And Fish: Investments In NE Oregon Stream Resulting In Juvenile Salmon Finding New Habitat

The Columbia Basin Fish & Wildlife New Bulletin, July 07, 2017

An investment of almost $3 million into a northeastern Oregon stream is proving fruitful as young salmon move into newly created habitat.

Recent underwater video footage show schools of juvenile chinook salmon, born this winter, swimming in side channels carved into Catherine Creek’s floodplain on the former 545-acre Southern Cross Ranch now owned by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and renamed Saasaxinma.

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Related Project: Catherine Creek