Sunday, June 05, 2011

OPB-Ecotrope: The Next 10 Big Issues For Columbia River Salmon



(Photo: ODFW)

June 3, 2011 - 9:55 AM
By Cassandra Profita - OPB News/Ecotrope

On a tributary of the Columbia River, a coho salmon makes its way to the Sandy fish hatchery.

I spent some time at the Future of Our Salmon conference in Portland this week. The conference was the first ever hosted by tribal leaders with the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission, and there were fish biologists and salmon managers from all walks at the event.

It was a big deal. Event host Paul Lumley, director of CRTFC, summed up the importance of the occasion: “I believe this is the first time in a long time – maybe ever – that we’ve gotten together without some major crisis at hand: a judge’s decision, a major loss of funding or a major loss of fish. It’s the first time we’ve all gotten together to look at the full salmon life cycle.” ....Read Full Cassandra Profita, OPB-Ecotrope Report

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cassandra Proffita and her ilk are anti Oregon scum

Patrick McGee said...

How's that "Anonym"?

On what basis do you present that assumption and is her article inaccurate?