SKATE YOUR SKILLS competition will be Saturday, June 28, at 11 a.m. at the Ben Rockwell Memorial Skate Park, West Second and Mt. Hood streets, in The Dalles. DJ Zinker will provide entertainment. Hotdogs, pizza and drinks will be for sale. Entry fee is $5.
Full-time deputy will patrol Lower Deschutes
Off-channel habitat created in a river’s flood plain – sloughs, beaver ponds, wetlands and side channels – can play an important role in salmonid production.
The Department of the Interior announced Monday that the Bureau of Reclamation will make $1.8 million available for comprehensive water studies addressing climate change options to three western river basins, with the largest grant going to the upper Deschutes River basin in central Oregon.
Oregon and Washington fishery managers of Columbia River on Wednesday approved both tribal and non-Indian commercial fisheries for the early summer period, and laid out the ground rules for sport fisheries that are expected to target Chinook salmon and what is expected to be a bumper crops of sockeye salmon returning, for the most part, to the Okanogan River basin.
The Bonneville Power Administration said it incurred $682.4 million in total fish and wildlife costs during fiscal year 2013, a total derived in great part by the need to buy and sell power and operate dams with the goal of improving salmon and steelhead passage up and down the federal Columbia/Snake River hydro system.
GRANTS PASS — Conservation groups and salmon advocates have challenged the Obama administration’s latest plan for making Columbia Basin dams safe for salmon.
On June 12, 17 Columbia Gorge Community College nursing students transitioned into nursing graduates in front of their family, friends and instructors at the Ft. Dalles Readiness and Workforce Innovations Center.
Cottonwood Canyon exhibit uses ranch items
From archery to tennis, disc golf and water fun, there is plenty to do in the gorge
Deer: Cute, but sneaky, too
SALEM (AP) — The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission is hunting for revenue to help close a projected $32 million gap in the 2015-17 budget.
CENTRAL POINT (ODFW) – A Free Fishing Weekend event scheduled for this Saturday on Lost Creek Reservoir has been cancelled due to a harmful algae bloom.
The Annual Arlington Fishing Derby is held in conjunction with Oregon’s Free Fishing Day, is Saturday, June 7. Fishing is from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. with fisherman of all ages after the biggest fish. Prizes are awarded to the winner in each of the following categories: 4 years and under – 5-8 years – 9-12 years – 13-17 years and Adult. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Registration for the June 14 Gorge Ride continues through midnight June 9 online at www.gorgeride.eventbrite.com.