Learn about salmon population monitoring


FISH ladder and adult trap at Moving Falls on the West Fork of the Hood River.

Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
FISH ladder and adult trap at Moving Falls on the West Fork of the Hood River.



Join the Hood River Watershed Group on Saturday, April 2 for its Salmon Population Monitoring and Restoration Tour.

Biologists from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Columbia Land Trust will provide a behind-the-scenes look at fish trapping facilities, smolt acclimation ponds, monitoring technology, habitat restoration, and much more. Learn about monitoring, management, and restoration of local salmon and steelhead populations in this half-day opportunity.

Space is limited; register with Hood River Community Ed at www. hrcommunityed.org or 541-386-2055. For more information, contact Megan Saunders, Hood River Watershed Group, at megan@hoodriverswcd.org or 541-386-6063.



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