The fish in the Columbia River and its tributaries are of paramount importance to our people, our diet, and our health.
Through our treaty-reserved rights, we advocate for the resources that cannot speak for themselves, and we provide outreach and education activities that empower others to do the same.
Our biologists and technicians are out in the field every day, actively restoring the river in accordance with our traditions and rigorous science.
Eel-like Pacific lamprey J.Yallup and Patrick Luke
Coho work-up at Prosser
Átwai (the late) David Sohappy Sr. was a strong advocate of Indian treaty rights. He was taught by his father to "never give up." Tucknashut and his family have a long history of being involved with fishing on the Columbia River. This includes carrying on the teaching to be...
The 8 Mile Ranch Project (8 Mile Ranch) restores habitat and hydraulic refuge for fish rearing and holding within one reach of the Chewuch River. The work performed provides fish habitat, stream complexity and restores a functional riparian zone in an area currently without...
The Fish and Wildlife Committee directed Fisheries Staff to schedule a fisher's meeting for Monday, March 24, 2014 from 10am - 4 pm at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles, OR.
See attached memo for full agenda details.
Announcing Films to be presented at 6pm on Monday, January 27, 2014 at the Cultural Heritage Center Theater.
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MAY 24, 2014 (SATURDAY)
We are releasing adult lamprey for translocation.
This event testifies to the importance of Pacific lamprey migration to the world
Contact: Ralph Lampman, firstname.lastname@example.org