Climate change is forcing creative water storage options in the Yakima River Basin to ensure enough water for fish, cities and farmers.
Two surveys about breaching the Snake River dams show opposing results. Continue Reading New Survey Shows Support For Snake River Dams, In Contrast To Earlier Survey
Recent atmospheric research may help Northwest forest managers better prepare for wildfires. Continue Reading How Melting Sea Ice Increases Wildfire Risk In The Northwest
Columbia River fish could have another challenge to their ecosystem. Growing numbers of American shad could challenge salmon and steelhead. Continue Reading Will A Shad Horde Take Over The Columbia River?
A federal appeals court dismissed a lawsuit from Yakama Nation and Grand Ronde tribal leaders, who claimed a 2008 highway expansion destroyed a sacred site near Mount Hood. Continue Reading Judges Dismiss Long-Running Court Case Over Sacred Site In Oregon
Soon, it could be easier to track young sockeye salmon around dams. Continue Reading Smaller Fish Tags To Help Sockeye Studies Above Grand Coulee Dam
This winter, the Kettle River Range in north-central Washington will be a little more wild. Continue Reading More Lynx Are Coming Soon To Washington’s Kettle Range
Spring bear hunts in Washington are postponed for 2022, following a vote of the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission in a meeting on Friday. Continue Reading Washington Pauses Controversial Spring Bear Hunt
Upper Columbia tribes want help to continue reintroducing salmon above Grand Coulee Dam. Continue Reading Tribes Ask For More Support For Salmon Reintroduction To The Upper Columbia
Whiskey isn’t just for drinking anymore. A new craft whiskey is turning the old saying: “Whiskey is for drinking. Water is for fighting,” on its head. This whiskey is fighting to save salmon. Continue Reading This Whiskey Is For Protecting Salmon
One family’s continuous wildfire preparation paid off this summer in North Central Washington. Continue Reading During Fire Season, One Family Learns To Save Trees, You Must Cut Some Down
Washington’s state vehicles soon will plug in instead of gas up. Continue Reading In New Climate Order, Inslee Says Washington State Vehicles To Plug In