January 10, 2020

A New Effort on Washington's Nisqually River

Rising from the glaciers of Mount Rainier and flowing into the South Puget Sound, Washington’s Nisqually River is an anomaly in more ways than one.
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January 05, 2020

Reviving a Great Basin Lifeline for Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

In the arid, far reaches of southeast Oregon and northern Nevada, Western Rivers Conservancy is embarking on a game-changing effort to recover one of the
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January 02, 2020

In Big Sur, a Big Step for Steelhead, Redwoods and the Little Sur River

Each fall on the Big Sur coast, steelhead swim from the ocean surf and enter the Little Sur River to spawn beneath some of the southernmost redwood forests in
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November 25, 2019

We Did It! Alamosa Riparian Park created and open to all

Success! On the banks of the upper Rio Grande, Western Rivers Conservancy has added an outstanding new riverfront park to the city of Alamosa, Colorado....
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November 14, 2019

We Did It! WRC breathes new life into headwaters of the Middle Fork Salmon River

Great news! Western Rivers Conservancy protected another critical salmon stream high in the Idaho Rockies—this time at the source of the Middle Fork
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November 07, 2019

We Did It! Success on a beloved Oregon wild and scenic river

Great news! Western Rivers Conservancy successfully delivered permanent public access to the John Day River at Thirtymile Creek, at the heart of the John Day
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