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"The Columbia River used to have one of the largest salmon runs in the world. Idaho's Redfish Lake used to host 25,000 Sockeye Salmon spawning along its shores. Last year only one fish returned. One fish! What is the number for extinction? What is necessary for existence?"
- Jimmy Fairchild, Sixth Grade
narrates the film
RedFish BlueFish
Best Narration International Wildlife Film Festival
ECOLOGIC
Don't Can It The Recycler's Handbook, 1990 The Earth Works Group
 
Ocean, Sun & Idaho's Salmon Patagonia, Fall 1999 David James Duncan
Harmony and Control Idaho Mountain Express, 9/27/00 by Dick Dorworth
 
Salmon Support 137 Other Species Environment News Service, 7/6/00 by Ed Hunt
To Save The Salmon Pamphlet, 9/97 Army Corps Engineers
 
Occurrences of the word "Sockeye" in FCRPS BiOp 2008 Supplemental Comprehensive Analysis, 5/5/8 by NOAA Fisheries
 
Officials Draw Line in the Water to Halt Quagga Mussels Capital Press, 9/1/11 by Sean Ellis
Unique Boat Wash System to Prevent Spread of Invasive Mussels Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/8/11 by Staff
Inspectors Find Quagga Mussel on Sailboat Near Flathead Lake Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/11/11 by Staff
Water Managers on Watch for Aquatic Invaders Capital Press, 2/25/11 by David Wilkins
Report: Mussel Invasion In Upper Snake Likely Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/16/10 by Staff
 
SCIENCE back to top
 
WSU Study Shows Big Loss in Historic Columbia River Salmon Genetic Diversity The Chronicle, 2/8/18 by Staff
WSU Research Shows Dramatic Decline in Genetic Diversity of Columbia/Snake Chinook Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/12/18 by Staff
WSU Researchers Discover Shrinking Gene Pool Among Chinook Salmon Populations Spokesman-Review, 1/11/18 by Chad Sokol
Dramatic Decline in Genetic Diversity of Northwest Salmon Charted Science Blog, 1/11/18 by Staff
Pacific Northwest Salmon Are in Big Genetic Trouble Science Magazine, 1/10/18 by Robert F. Service
Salmon Help Their Offspring by Dying on the Spawning Grounds Phys.org, 12/15/17 by Staff
Steelhead Trout Population Declines Linked with Poor Survival of Young Fish in the Ocean Phys.org, 6/26/17 Canadian Science Publishing
Diversity Runs Through Idaho's Wild Steelhead Spokesman-Review, 9/14/16 by Rich Landers
Research Looks at How Cumulative Pathogens May Create More Hazards for Migrating Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/4/16 by Staff
Scientists Review "Critical Uncertainties" in Columbia Basin Fish/Wildlife Research Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/5/16 by Staff
Successful Salmon Homing Requires Both Olfactory Imprinting, Geomagnetic Navigation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/22/16 by Staff
Study Shows Most Smolt-to-Adult Returns Not Enough for Recovery NW Fishletter, 1/4/16 by Laura Berg
2015 Salmon Survival Report Updates Smolt-to-Adult Return Data for Columbia/Snake Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/29/15 by Staff
Songbird Study Shows River Ecosystem Recovery After Dam Removal, Return of Salmon Nutrients Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/29/15 by Staff
Prelim Numbers Show High Juvenile Steelhead Passage Survival in 2014; Modeling Methods Reviewed Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/17/14 by Staff
Questions Over NOAA's Latest Juvenile Survival Analysis NW Fishletter, 10/23/14 by Bill Rudolph
Stream Temperature Variability: Why It Matters to Salmon Science Findings, 7/11/14 by Marie Oliver
Economists Suggest Ways to Improve Next F&W Program NW Fishletter, 4/3/14 by Bill Rudolph
Smolt-To-Adult Data Shows Gap Narrows Between Lower Snake In-River/Transport Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/20/13 by Staff
Latest Results from Corps' Annual Research Review NW Fishletter, 12/12/13 by Bill Rudolph
FPC Memo Defends CSS Spill Analysis NW Fishletter, 11/7/13 by Bill Rudolph
2013 Prelim Data: Chinook Survival from Above Lower Granite to Below Bonneville at 52.3% Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/1/13 by Staff
Improving Salmon's Success in the Wild and Aquaculture Science Daily, 9/23/13 by Staff
Comments on "Influence of multiple dam passage on survival. . ." by Rechisky et al. (2013) Fish Passage Center Memo, 5/22/13 by Fish Passage Center
Dams, Altered Environment Have 'Elicited an Adaptive Response in Snake River Fall Chinook' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/12/13 by Staff
Latest NMFS Analysis on Seasonal Barging Strategy NW Fishletter, 3/29/13 by Bill Rudolph
Review of NOAA Fisheries' Life-Cycle Models of Salmonid Populations in the Columbia River Basin NW Power & Conservation Council, 3/25/13 by Erik Merrill
The Density Dilemma: Limitations on Juvenile Production in Threatened Salmon Populations Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 2/25/13 Walters, Copeland, Venditti
The ISAB Weighs in on Fish Goals, Spill Benefits NW Fishletter, 11/12/12 by Bill Rudolph
Review of Salmon Survival Study: Smolt-to-Adult Return Goals Should be Reassessed Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/26/12 by Staff
Snake River Sockeye Broodstock Program Preserving Population's Genetic Diversity Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/10/12 by Staff
Idaho Fish and Game Warns of Jaw Tags in Salmon KIVI TV, 6/28/12 by Jaclyn Brandt
Measuring the Salmon Data in the Streams of the Columbia River Basin The Oregonian, 6/23/11 by Scott Learn
New System Helps Explain Salmon Migration Science Daily, 1/15/10 by Staff
Study: Account for Tag-Loss and Tag-Induced Mortality Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/9/9 by Staff
Toxic Contaminants and Their Effects on Salmonids Science Policy Exchange, 9/11/9 Morace, Johnson & Nilsen
Salmon Migration Mystery Explored on Clearwater River e! Science News, 9/12/7 by Nate Poppino
Dworshak & Brownlee Hydro Operations Science Policy Exchange, 9/12/7 by Greg Haller
Flow/Spill - Fall Chinook Migration Characteristics Science Policy Exchange, 9/12/7 by Jerry McCann
Survival Rates: In-river, Ocean and Climate Conditions Science Policy Exchange, 9/12/7 by Schaller & Petrosky
Linking Plume and Ocean to Salmon Growth and Survival Science Policy Exchange, 9/12/7 by Ed Casillas
Effects of a Removable Spillway Weir on Juvenile Salmon Science Policy Exchange, 9/12/7 by Adams, Plumb & Rondorf
Direct Survival of Migrating Salmonid Smolts Science Policy Exchange, 9/12/7 by Smith, Williams, Muir,
Zabel, Faulkner
 
Fish 'An Ally' Against Climate Change New Scientist, 1/16/9 by Catherine Brahic
Tribes Advance DNA Testing on Salmon The Seattle Times, 1/17/9 by Joseph Frazier
Is This Picture in Danger of Disappearing? The Daily Astorian, 12/26/8 by Michael Burkett
Amid Climate Change, Fish Struggle to Adapt The Spokesman-Review, 12/13/8 by Keith Chaplin
Transporting Juvenile Salmon Hinders Adult Migration Eureka Alert, 12/5/8 by Press Release
Spectrometer Reconstructs Historic Idaho Sockeye Runs ISU Headlines, 8/8 by Staff
Salmon Fossils Dated to 1 Million Years The Olympian, 10/19/6 by John Dodge
As the Chinook Go, So Go the Orcas Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/5/6 by Peggy Andersen
FCRPS Summer Spill 2005 After-Action Report Salmon Recovery .Gov, 10/31/5 by Fed Action Agencies

Divergent Life History Shapes Gene Expression Harvard University, 7/20/5 by Steve Bradt
Centuries Ago Juveniles Entered Estuary as Younger, Smaller Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/20/11 by Staff
 
Anadromous Fish Evaluation Program Reports Army Corps of Engineers by Various Scientists
Chinook Smolt Survival Study Released Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/5/3 by Bill Crampton
Poor Returns for In-River Migrants in 2001 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/26/3 by Barry Espenson
 
Preserving Salmon Biodiversity American Scientist by Levin & Schiewe
Supporting Dam Removal Letter to President Bill Clinton from 200+ Scientists
Urging Dam Removal Letter to President Bill Clinton from 200+ Scientists
Issue Papers Overview Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Sediment Considerations Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
The Ocean Influence Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Fish Health & Stress Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Genetics Perspective to Fitness Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Headwater Nutrient Loss Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Delayed Mortality Hypotheses Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
1950s and 1960s Productivity Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Ocean and Estuarine Predators Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Ocean and In-river Harvest Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Smolt Transportation Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Causes of Decline Idaho's Fish: Status & Recovery Idaho Fish & Game
Linking Delayed Mortality to Hydrosystem Experience American Fisheries Society, 2002 Budy, Thiede, Bouwes,
Petrosky & Schaller
 
2003 In-River Fish Passage Survival Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/10/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Survival Estimates for Yearling Juvenile Salmonids through FCRPS, 1966-80 & 1993-99 Journal of Fisheries Management, 2001 by Williams, Smith and Muir
 
Hatchery Fish Can Crowd Out Wild Stock NW Fishletter, 7/22/3 by Bill Bakke
Scientists Rank Innovative Proposals Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/22/00 by Barry Espenson
Recovery Options for Chinook Salmon Nature, 11/3/00 by Kareiva & Marvier
PATH Updates Fall Chinook Findings Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/15/99 by Mike O'Bryant
IDFG, CRITFC Criticize A-Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/17/99 by CBB staff
Status: Snake River Chinook National Marine Fisheries 6/99 Matthews & Waples
Biologic Decision Analysis Conclusions, January 1999 Oregon Fish & Game
Where Salmon Die Idaho Farm Bureau News John McKern (ACOE)
 
UPSTREAM HABITAT back to top
 
New Approach in Idaho Underway to Better Direct Salmon Habitat Restoration, Measure Results Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/1/17 by Staff
Cattle Grazing Suspended on Two Parts of Central Idaho Miami Herald, 7/14/17 by Keith Ridler
Feds Suspend Grazing on East Fork Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 7/12/17 by Greg Moore
Scientists OK Six Large Columbia Basin Habitat Projects, with Caveats NW Fishletter, 4/3/16 by Laura Berg
Nez Perce Helping to Purchase Easement to Provide Habitat for Spawning Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/9/16 by Staff
Idaho Power River Restoration Project Nears Completion Idaho Press-Tribune, 11/16/16 by Olivia Weitz
Pole Creek Gets More Conservation Protection Idaho Mountain Express, 10/14/16 by Greg Moore
Stanley Firefighters Extinguish Two Wildfires Challis Messenger, 8/4/16 by Todd Adams
Council Looks at Past Efforts Before Preparing Fish RM&E Plan NW Fishletter, 8/1/16 by Laura Berg
Restoration at Yankee Fork Resumes Idaho Mountain Express, 1/15/16 by Greg Moore
Fish Restoration Resumes on Yankee Fork Challis Messenger, 1/14/16 by Gannet News Service
Fish Restoration Work Resumes in Yankee Fork Times-News, 1/12/16 by Gannet News Service
Middle Fork Could Regain Role as Salmon Nursery Idaho Mountain Express, 26/2/16 by Greg Moore
Cold Headwater Streams Appear Least Vulnerable to Climate Change, Offer Refuge for Cold Water Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/8/16 by Staff
Study: Intensive, Long-Term Monitoring Key to Determining Effects of Habitat Restoration Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/5/16 by Staff
Salmon River Ranch Protected Idaho Mountain Express, 1/13/16 by Staff
Conservation Easement Preserves Historic Ellis Ranch KMVT, 1/12/16 by DeSiree Fawn
Idaho Ups Water Enforcement Efforts Capital Press, 12/2/16 by Sean Ellis
Washington Orchard Accused of Water Theft Capital Press, 12/3/15 by Don Jenkins
Study: Habitat Restoration Projects Often Fail to Target Highest Priority Needs for Ecosystem,Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/4/15 by Staff
Salmon Habitat Protected in Eastern Idaho Conservation Easement KIRO TV, 7/30/15 by Keith Ridler
Forest Plans Fish Habitat Project at Yankee Fork Idaho Mountain Express, 7/8/15 by Bart Gamett
Fighting for Idaho's Anadromous Fish Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 6/28/15 by Associated Press
Workshop Takes a Look at How Wildfires May Help Or Hurt Columbia Basin Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/22/15 by Staff
Fish Recovery Efforts May be Limited by Habitat Constraints NW Fishletter, 3/6/15 by Bill Rudolph
Gold Mine Plan in Central Idaho Wilderness Draws Objections Washington Times, 3/22/15 by Keith Ridler
Report States Need to Protect Rivers Idaho Mountain Express, 3/4/15 by Staff
Independent Science Board: 'Density Dependence,' Diminished Habitat Constraining Salmon Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/27/15 by Staff
Monument Could Help Salmon Recovery Idaho Mountain Express, 2/25/15 by Betsy Mizell
Spawning, Rearing Habitats Not Always The Same Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/12/14 by Staff
Animal Training Can Benefit Water Quality Capital Press, 11/21/14 by Doug Warnock
Fuel Reduction Project Near Redfish Lake Seeks Comments Times-News, 10/13/14 by Tetona Dunlap
Forest Thinning Project Proposed for Redfish Idaho Mountain Express, 10/13/14 by Greg Moore
Flows Adjusted for Chinook Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 10/10/14 by Staff
Building Bridges for Fish BPA Journal, 10/14 by Staff
Idaho, BPA Reach $40 Million Deal on Wildlife Mitigation Funding Idaho Statesman, 9/23/14 by Governor "Butch" Otter
Biologists Focus on Revitalizing the River Connections, 8/14 by Idaho Power
Conservation Sales Protect Salmon Habitat, Wilderness Idaho Statesman, 8/22/14 by Rocky Barker
Juvenile Salmon Growth Study Highlights Stream Habitat/Temperature/Food Complexities Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/18/14 by Staff
In Upper Salmon, A Project for Fish Idaho Mountain Express, 4/23/14 by Greg Moore
Study of 91 Stream Restoration Projects Shows Most Increase Over-Wintering Capacity for Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/14 by Staff
Feds Spent $392M to Manage Idaho Ground Capital Press, 2/7/14 by Heather Smith Thomas
Feds Spent $392M to Manage Idaho Ground Capital Press, 10/9/13 by Associated Press
Researchers, Tribes Detail Climate's Effects on Salmon Capital Press, 10/8/13 by Steve Brown
Newest Fish Plan Adds More Habitat Actions NW Fishletter, 9/19/13 by Bill Rudolph
Draft Plan Details Actions to Benefit Fish BPA Journal, 9/13 by Staff
Draft Report Shows Gains for Fish BPA Journal, 8/13 by Staff
The Heat Is On For Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/3/13 by Rocky Barker
Columbia System Gets Hotter and Deadly for Salmon and Steelhead Idaho Statesman, 7/30/13 by Rocky Barker
Fire at Redfish Lake Closes Campsites, Lodge Times News, 7/24/13 by Kimberlee Kruesi
Fire Continues to Burn near Redfish Lake Times News, 7/23/13 by Kimberlee Kruesi
Idaho Town, Farmers Aim to Bust Dam to Help Fish ABC News, 7/16/13 by John Miller
New Science Could Benefit Sockeye Idaho Statesman, 6/5/13 by Rocky Barker
Army Corps Wants Cattle Off Its Land Capital Press, 4/23/13 by Matthew Weaver
Panel Says Stick with Expensive Habitat Monitoring Programs NW Fishletter, 4/18/13 by Bill Rudolph
Makeover Planned for Tucannon River Lewiston Tribune, 3/17/13 by Eric Barker
Native Plants get a Boost at Hells Gate The Missoulian, 1/11/13 by Eric Barker
Council Launches Review of Columbia Basin Fish Habitat Projects Funded by BPA Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/7/12 by Staff
Salmon Study Predicts Trouble for Idaho Fish NWCN, 11/6/12 by Associated Press
Listen Salmon the Focus of Northwest Rivers Initiative Northwest Public Radio, 10/30/12 by Aaron Kunz
Skeptical Ranchers Mark Salmon Project's 20th Year Capital Press, 7/22/12 by John Miller
Forest Service Purchasing 1,481 Acres Along Imnaha River Wallowa County Chieftain, 4/6/12 by Staff
Forest Service Buys Small Parcels in ID, OR, and WA National Public Radio, 4/9/12 by Amelia Templeton
Estimating Fish Benefits from Habitat Actions may Take Decades NW Fishletter, 1/19/12 by Bill Rudolph
Council Recommends BPA Funding For 8-Year, $10 Million Tucannon Project Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/14/11 by Staff
Measuring the Salmon Data in the Streams of the Columbia River Basin The Oregonian, 6/23/11 by Scott Learn
Salmon Abundance Brings Productivity of Riparian Plant Life Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/25/11 by Staff
Researchers Test Feasibility of Trucking Returning Sockeye Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/9/10 by Staff
Monster Trucks are Headed for the Columbia & Snake River Blue Oregon, 8/10 by Staff
Wanted: Salmon, Dead and Wanted: Salmon, Dead and Alive Idaho State Journal, 6/13/10 by Scott Collins
Project Aims At Restoring Fish Habitat in SF Salmon River Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/11/10 by Staff
Nez Perce Sue Over Irrigation Plan Capital Press, 6/10/10 by Associated Press
Tucannon River and Pataha Creek Water Quality Report Department of Ecology, 4/15/10 by Jani Gilbert
Three-way Grazing Argument Centers on Steelhead Capital Press, 4/3/10 by Mateusz Perkowski
Property Acquired to Benefit Salmon, Agriculture The Nature Conservancy, 2/23/10 by Staff
Evaluating Relationship Between Roadways, Restoration University Arizona, 9/1/9 by La Monica Everett-Haynes
Biologists at Bonneville Track Heat around Salmon Habitat KUOW, 8/14/9 by Tom Banse
Tucannon Lakes may be Lost if Repairs are Not Made The Seattle Times, 7/27/9 by John Trumbo
Idaho gets Nearly $200K for Water Quality Work Capital Press, 5/21/9 by Associated Press
Conservationists in Deal to Protect Salmon Habitat KIVI TV, 4/28/9 by Associated Press
Environmental Groups say Idaho Gravel Mine Violates Laws Idaho Statesman, 4/27/9 by Rocky Barker
Nature Conservancy Uses Funds to Protect Salmon Habitat Idaho Statesman, 3/23/9 by Rocky Barker
Otter: Give Us Credit for Billions Spent on Salmon Effort Idaho Statesman, 3/11/9 by Rocky Barker
Couple Protects 160 Acres in Pahsimeroi Valley Idaho Mountain Express, 2/4/9 by Jason Kauffman
New Strategy Targets Abundant Salmon Runs KOMO News, 9/14/8 by Associated Press
At Hanford Reach, Nuclear Plant Preserved Nature The Seattle Times, 8/23/8 by Linda Shaw
Mine, Environmentalists Hail ID Cobalt Mine Deal The Seattle Times, 8/18/8 by Todd Dvorak
Conservation Group Strikes Deal with Mining Company Idaho Statesman, 8/14/8 by Rocky Barker
Seeking Solutions for the Clearwater KLEW TV, 5/30/8 by Matt Loveless
Loan Propels Project Argus Observer, 4/8/8 by Larry Meyer
Projects to Make Travel Easier for Fish on Touchet River Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/5/8 by Carrie Chicken
Most Columbia Water Users Agree to Report Diversions The News Tribune, 9/4/7 by Staff
Ecology Monitoring Irrigation Water from Columbia River KNDO/KNDU, 9/3/7 by Staff
Bonneville County Is Getting Rid of Salt Cedar Environmental News Net, 9/3/7 by Staff
Hardiness Map Shifts with Climate Capital Press, 8/17/7 by Dave Wilkins
Conifer Losses Alarm Residents Idaho Mountain Express, 4/18/7 by Sabina Dana Plasse
Students Work to Return Cool Water to Lapwai Creek Indian Country, 6/4/6 by Brad Gary
Idaho, Feds Agree on New Forest Program Capital Press, 11/3/6 by Pat McCoy
'Following Salmon Science' Not Easy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/2/6 by Robert McClure
Flathead System a Control for Salmon Studies The Daily Inter Lake, 9/20/6 by Jim Mann
How Ripe is the Bug-Killed Kindling for Wildfires? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/7/6 by Shannon Dininny
Agencies Working to Fix Bark-Beetle Problems Idaho Mountain Express, 9/6/6 by Wiggins & Troyer
Miles of Fencing Going Up in White Clouds Idaho Mountain Express, 9/1/6 by Jason Kauffman
Trailhead Fire Threatens Stanley Idaho Mountain Express, 8/25/6 by Steve Benson
Beetle 'Epidemic' Rends Northwest Forests Environmental News Net, 3/24/6 by Associated Press
Low to Moderate Pesticide Runoff in Basin Project Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/2/6 by Shannon Dininny
Report: One-fourth of Idaho's Water Marred The Olympian, 1/20/6 by Staff
Energy Will Wait to Ship Nuclear Waste to WA Site Environmental News Network,1/10/6 by Shannon Dininny
Help Salmon, Plant a Shrub Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/29/5 by Lisa Stiffler
Idaho Water Quality Work on Schedule Capital Press, 12/23/5 by Patricia McCoy
Group Says Snake River Deficient in Dirt Baker City Herald, 11/29/5 by Jayson Jacoby
Salmon Plans Heard at Workshop Union-Bulletin, 4/22/5 by Andy Porter
Protecting Timber Industry Against Legal Action Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/10/5 by McClure & Stiffler
'Critical Habitat' for Salmon in Peril The Columbian, 1/9/5 by Erik Robinson
Conservation Security Watersheds Named Capital Press, 11/12/4 by Patricia McCoy
Idaho Salmon Recovery may get Federal Boost Lewiston Tribune, 9/17/4 by Staff
Salmon Recovery Board Has Public Workshop Lewiston Tribune, 9/12/4 by Staff
Salmon River Cleanup Volunteers Needed Idaho Mountain Express, 9/8/4 by Staff
Salmon Float Restrictions Revised Idaho Mountain Express, 8/11/4 by Greg Stahl
 
Beetles Eat at Sawtooth Pines in Natural Cycle Idaho Statesman, 7/21/4 by Rocky Barker
SNRA Battles Pine Beetle "Epidemic" KBCI TV, 7/20/4 by Jon Hanian
Global Warming's Unlikely Harbingers High Country News, 7/19/4 by Michelle Nijhuis
Pine Beetle Infestation Creates Fire Danger Times-News, 5/30/4 by Jennifer Sandmann
 
Subbasin Plans, Issues Out for Comment Columbia Basin Bulletin,10/15/4 by Barry Espenson
One-Fourth Subbasin Plans Scientifically Sound Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/27/4 by Barry Espenson
Subbasin Plans Make Deadline Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/4 by Barry Espenson
Agreement Could Set Water Rights for Idaho Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/27/4 by CBB staff
$117,000 Goes to Restore Stream Banks Capital Press, 7/30/4 by Staff
Sportsmen Thumbs Down on Bush Rule Lewiston Tribune, 7/15/4 by Associated Press
Water Settlement Would Affect Logging Lewiston Tribune, 6/11/4 by Eric Barker
Forest Officials Hope to Reduce Fire Risk Lewiston Tribune, 6/8/4 by Eric Barker
Feds Suspend Take Permits for 'No Surprises' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/18/4 by CBB staff
Cooperation Brings Success to Grand Ronde Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/4 by CBB staff
Court Declines Appeal of Water Diversions Lewiston Tribune, 5/4/4 by Staff
PNW Watersheds Chosen for Conservation Capital Press, 5/21/4 by Mitch Lies
Idaho Receives New Salmon Money Capital Press, 4/9/4 by Patricia McCoy
Idaho Landowners Eligible for Habitat Money Lewiston Tribune, 4/6/4 by Eric Barker
Judge: BLM Must Consult Over Diversions Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/2/4 by CBB staff
Gorge Comm. Closing In on Land Use Rules KATU.com, 2/25/3 by Associated Press
Council: Subbasin Plan 'Response Loop' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/20/4 by Barry Espenson
Flaws and Strengths of First Subbasin Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/13/4 by Barry Espenson
Nez Perce Sue Over Logging Proposal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/23/4 by CBB staff
Environmentalists Challenge Timber Sale Lewiston Tribune, 1/8/4 by Eric Barker
'Water Transactions' Improves Flows for Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/12/3 by Barry Espenson
States, Tribes Asked for Habitat Info for BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/5/3 by Bill Crampton
Ranchers Make Wildlife-Friendly Compromises Idaho Farm Bureau Quarter, 11/3 by John Thompson
Judge: Logging Needs Pollution Permits Post Register, 10/17/3 by David Kravets
Feds Want Big Cuts in Grazing of Whiteclouds Idaho `, 10/16/3 by Staff
Stream Projects to Benefit Endangered Fish Idaho Mountain Express, 10/15/3 by Greg Stahl
Kempthorne Signs on Species Protection Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/17/3 by CBB staff
Governor Signs Fish Deal Post Register, 10/14/3 by Kathleen O'Neil
Idaho Signs Conservation Pact Idaho State Journal, 10/10/3 by Associated Press
State Signs Pact to Help Aid Salmon Recovery The Idaho Statesman, 10/9/3 by Staff
Salmon Restoration Begins with Habitat The Columbian, 8/21/3 by Erik Robinson
NOAA Releases Habitat Improvement BIOP Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/11/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Spending Bills Keep Salmon Recovery Flat Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/3 by CBB staff
$5 Million Approved for Channel Deepening Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/3 by CBB staff
USFWS Award Millions in Conservation Grants Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/3 by CBB staff
Habitat Document Available Capital Press, 7/18/3 by Staff
BPA, Others Fund Purchase of Asotin Land Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/3 by CBB staff
Bills Give Funding Boost for FWS ESA Work Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/3 by CBB staff
Buy Expands Asotin Creek Wildlife Area Lewiston Tribune, 7/17/3 by Eric Barker
Funding Fish Screens on Non-Federal Facilities Capital Press, 7/4/2 by Larry Swisher
USFWS Gives Landowners Incentives Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/27/3 by CBB staff
Bill Allows Rec Bureau to Fund Off-Site Work Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/27/3 by CBB staff
NPCC Approves $2 Million for 11 Subbasins Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/9/3 by Barry Espenson
 
USFWS Unveils Fish Passage Support System Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/20/3 by CBB staff
Water Temperature History Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/23/3 by Gene Spangrude
Scientists Outline Difficulties in Determining NW Fishletter, 4/15/3 by Bill Rudolph
Study: Importance of Nutrients for Salmon NW Fishletter, 4/15/3 by Bill Rudolph
Legislation Would Free BuRec BiOp Work Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/11/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Economics Board Reviews Clearwater Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/11/3 by Mike O'Bryant
ID Judge Rejects Lawsuit Filed over HCP Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/3 by CBB staff
WDFW Loses Funds for Upland Restoration Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/3 by CBB staff
Model Helps Choose Watershed Projects Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/3 by CBB staff
BPA Helps Salmon Passage on Lemhi River Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/21/3 by CBB staff
ID May Net $20 Million for Salmon Recovery Idaho Statesman, 3/16/2 by Staff
USFWS: $5 Million in Grants for Habitat Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/3/3 by CBB staff
U.S. Unveils Plan for Columbia Basin Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/24/3 by Associated Press
Council Earmarks $1 Million for Subbasins Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/21/3 by Staff
Council's Project Funding for Five Provinces Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/20/2 by Barry Espenson
Salmon Return to Ancestral Spawning Beds Idaho Mountain Express, 8/14/2 by Greg Stahl
Water Metering Ordered Tri-City Herald, 7/3/2 by Mike Lee
Improving Water Quality in the Lemhi River Idaho Farm Bureau News, 7/2 by Staff
House Bill Would Protect 13 Million Acres Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/7/2 by Staff
Officials Propose New Floating Permits Idaho Mountain Express, 4/24/2 by Greg Stahl
Habitat Projects Could Get $26.3 Million Lewiston Tribune, 4/1/2 by Associated Press
Plan: Drop 14,000 Salmon Carcasses Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/15/1 by News Service
Forests & Salmon Depend On Each Another Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/28/1 by United Press Intl.
Tribes Target State Road Culverts Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/16/1 by Associated Press
Oregon Feeds Carcasses to Salmon The Oregonian, 11/3/00 by Jonathan Brinckman
Russian River may be Key to NW Fish The Daily Interlake, 3/2/00 by Jim Mann
Fish's Role in Ecosystem Recycling Seattle Times, 2/6/00 by Jeff Barnard
Ultimate Sacrifice New Scientist, 9/6/97 Sharon Levy
 
POLLUTION back to top
 
ACOE Gets Earful about Sediment Problems Lewiston Tribune, 2/16/7 by Eric Barker
Comments Sought on Lower Snake River Dredging Plan Dredging Today, 1/12/13 by Staff
 
EPA Forms Posse to Fix 'Broken' Endangered Species Regulations to Speed Pesticide Approval Washinton Examiner, 1/31/18 by John Siciliano
Organizations Working to Clean Up Oil Spill in Columbia River Estuary Near Astoria Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/26/18 by Staff
Cleaning Up Columbia River Oil Spill Could Take Weeks Greenwire, 1/23/18 by Staff
Watch Astoria Oil Spill Cleanup Could Take Weeks The Oregonian, 1/22/18 by Anna Marum
Listen NOAA says Pesticides Killing Northwest Salmon, Orca Public News Service, 1/12/18 by Eric Tegethoff
Oil Spills into Snake River at Lower Monumental Dam Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 1/12/18 by Staff
Oil Spills into Snake River in Franklin County Tri-City Herald, 1/11/18 by Annette Cary
NTSB Issues Report on 2016 Columbia River Bulker Grounding Marine Link, 1/19/18 by Joseph Keefe
Coast Guard Responds to Bulk Carrier Aground in Columbia River near Crims Island Tillamook County Pioneer, 12/16/17 by Staff
Grain Freighter Runs Aground on Columbia The Oregonian, 12/15/17 by Allan Brettman
Yakama Nation Demands Accountability for Columbia River Sewage Spills KUOW, 9/27/17 by Ericka Cruz Guevarra
Drill, Baby, Drill: Agencies Practice Emergency Response to Columbia River Oil Spill East Oregonian, 9/27/17 by George Plaven
742 Gallons of Oil Dripped into Snake River near Kahlotus Tri-City Herald, 8/9/17 by Annette Cary
Corps Confirms Oil Leak at 810-MW Lower Monumental Hydro HydroWorld, 8/9/17 by Elizabeth Ingram
Corps: Oil Leaked from Dam into Snake River Over 7 Months U.S. News & World Reports, 8/9/17 by Associated Press
High Bacteria Levels Result in Warnings at Chestnut Beach Daily Fly, 7/8/17 by Staff
MOL-owned Chemical Tanker Runs Aground in Columbia River American Shipper, 7/10/17 by Mark Edward Nero
Vessel Carrying Ethanol, Gasoline Runs Aground Along Columbia River KATU, 7/6/17 by Allan Brettman
Stuck Fuel Tanker on Columbia River Refloated, Heads to Port of Longview The Oregonian, 7/6/17 by Allan Brettman
Review: Coal Terminal Would Boost Pollution, Safety Issues Lewiston Tribune, 4/28/17 by Phuong Le
Emergency Declared at Nuclear Plant After Tunnel Collapses with Radioactive Materials Daily Star, 5/9/17 by Tom Towers
Watch Coast Guard Cleaning Up 'River Queen,' Other Derelict Boats on Columbia KGW, 6/6/17 by Keely Chalmers
Pollution Threat: Site Lease Terminated Near Goble The Chronicle, 5/15/17 by Cody Mann
BNSF Railway Must Clean Up Coal Train Pollution Stanwood Camano News, 3/23/17 by Staff
BNSF Pays $1 Million Settlement for Alleged Pollution of Rivers KING5, 3/3/17 by Associated Press
Endangered Species Act Lawsuit Over Pesticides Resurrected Capital Press, 2/6/17 by Mateusz Perkowski
Five Rescued After Fishing Boat Sinks Off Columbia River KOMO News, 1/7/17 by Staff
Port of Portland Files Lawsuit Against Monsanto Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/5/17 by Conrad Wilson
Radioactive Plume from Fukushima Makes Landfall on America's West Coast Enviro News Oregon, 12/12/16 by Emerson Urry
EPA Partially Oks State Standards for Toxic Pollutants in WA Waters, Adds Federal Rules Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/18/16 by Staff
Congress Floats River Program The Dalles Chronicle, 12/14/16 by Staff
Congress Passes Columbia River Restoration Act East Oregonian, 12/12/16 by George Plaven
Efforts Underway to Reduce Mercury, Improve Water Temps in Snake River's Brownlee Reservoir Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/14/16 by Staff
Nenita Ran Aground in Columbia River Marine Link, 11/21/16 by Michael Harris
Dworshak Oil Spill Into North Fork Clearwater Slows Turbine Overhaul, Cleanup Continues Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/23/16 by Staff
Groundwater 90 Tons of Contamination Cleaner Tri-City Herald, 10/24/16 by Annette Cary
Oil Spilled at Dworshak Dam Contained NW Fishletter, 10/3/16 by Laura Berg
Responders Appear to Have a Handle on Oil Spill at Dworshak Dam Lewiston Tribune, 9/21/16 by Eric Barker
Bulk Carrier Rosco Palm Aground in Columbia River Maritime Herald, 8/15/16 by Staff
Scientists Tackle Mercury Woes in River on Idaho-Oregon Border Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/14/16 by Keith Ridler
Oil Car Upgrades Roll Slowly The Dalles Chronicle, 7/13/16 by Matthew Brown
Suit: Grand Coulee Dam Pollutes River The Star, 7/6/16 by Scott Hunter
Superfund Expert says Natural Recovery Won't Work to Clean Up Portland Harbor Portland Tribune, 6/24/16 Bianca Pahl & Steve Law
Group Sues to Force Pollution Disclosure at Washington Dam Tri-City Herald, 6/29/16 by Phuong Le
Portlanders Blast EPA for Superfund Cleanup Plan Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 6/24/16 by Kristena Hansen
Listen Legal Dispute Filed Over Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/23/16 by Cassandra Profita
Listen EPA Proposes $746M Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/14/16 by Cassandra Profita
City Council to Hold Public Hearing on Superfund Cleanup Plan Portland Tribune, 6/14/16 Jim Redden & Steve Law
Willamette River Cleanup Plan 'Underwhelming,' Environmentalists Say KGW, 6/9/16 by Sara Roth
EPA Recommends 7-year, $750M Superfund Cleanup Plan Portland Business Journal, 6/8/16 by Andy Giegerich
Vessel Owners Fined for Pollution Violations St. Helens Chronicle, 6/8/16 by Don Patterson
Long-awaited Portland Harbor Cleanup Plan Relies Mainly on Mother Nature The Oregonian, 6/8/16 by Kelly House
Washington Water Rule Will Be Tough on Farmers, Group Warns Capital Press, 5/6/16 by Don Jenkins
Everyone's Waiting on Instructions for Cleaning Up the Willamette The Portland Mercury, 3/30/16 by Dirk VanderHart
USCG Monitoring Grounded K Line Bulker for Pollution in Columbia River Splash 24/7, 3/22/16 by Donal Scully
Wanted: Real-life Takes on the $1.4B Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup Portland Business Journal, 3/3/16 by James Cronin
Norden Bulk Carrier Spills Bunker Oil into Columbia River Splash 24/7, 2/20/16 by Donal Scully
Teck Metals Fined $3.4-Million for Polluting B.C.'s Columbia River The Globe and Mail, 2/29/16 by Mark Hume
Teck Metals Expected to Plead Guilty to 15 Pollution-related Charges CBC News, 2/1/16 by Staff
Teck Metals to Plead Guilty Over Pollution in Trail, B.C. The Globe and Mail, 1/28/16 by Mark Hume
Ecology Cancels Eastern Washington Water Quality Meetings Capital Press, 1/11/16 by Matthew Weaver
Industry Needs Reasonable Pollution Rules Spokesman-Review, 11/6/15 by Editorial Board
Do Superfund Cleanup Right Portland Tribune, 10/27/15 by Travis Williams
OR Businesses and Residents Will Foot Much of Bill for Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup Portland Tribune, 10/27/15 by Furman, Kantor, Wyatt
EPA Moves Portland Harbor Closer to a Cleanup, and Portland Should See Opportunity The Oregonian, 9/24/15 by Editorial Board
Community Group Bashes Portland Harbor Cleanup Options as Too Weak The Oregonian, 10/19/15 by Kelly House
Petition Against Richland Nuclear Plant Permit Denied Tri-City Herald, 9/20/15 by Annette Cary
Details of Oil Spill Response Plan Questioned The Dalles Chronicle, 9/11/15 by George Plaven
FERC Releases Draft EIS for Proposed Natural Gas Terminal/Pipeline in Columbia River Estuary Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/13/15 by Staff
County, Corps Ready to Start Dredging Permit Process The Daily Astorian, 8/10/15 by Staff
Army Corps Seeks Comment on Dredge Spoils Wahkiakum County Eagle, 8/13/15 by Staff
Troutdale Superfund Site Starts Phase 2 Improvements Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/6/15 by Kristian Foden-Vencil
EPA, DOE Reach Settlement on Timetable to Remove Hanford Sludge Along Columbia River Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/29/15 by Staff
EPA, Corps Finalize Clean Water Rule Aimed at Protecting Streams, Wetlands from Pollution Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/29/15 by Staff
Northwest Environmental Advocates Files Suit Over Limits On Toxic Pollutants In Oregon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/24/15 by Staff
U.S. Seeks OS&Y Valves for Piping System (oil pumps) at 980-MW McNary Dam HydroWorld, 4/16/15 by Staff
Oil Spill Plan is Being Updated The Dalles Chronicle, 4/21/15 by Derek Wiley
Response Planned for Oil Train Tanker Spill East Oregonian, 4/17/15 by George Plaven
Crude Oil Refinery Proposed The Dalles Chronicle, 4/17/15 by Associated Press
Refinery Proposed Last Year for Columbia River, Records Show Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/15/15 by Wilson & Schick
U.S. Extends Call for Oil Filtration Systems for 402-MW Dworshak Hydro Project HydroWorld, 4/8/15 by Staff
Sen. Murray: DOE Appears to be Pulling Plug on Some Hanford Cleanup Tri-City Herald, 3/25/15 by Annette Cary
DEQ Fines Portland for Wastewater Discharge The Oregonian, 2/27/15 by Vickie Kavanagh
4 Things to Know About the Columbia Generating Station Lawsuit Oregon Public Broadcasting, 10/30/14 by Courtney Flatt
Into the River: Samples Show What the Port Puts in the Columbia The Daily Astorian, 1/20/15 by Edward Stratton
Judge Allows Teck Mining Lawsuit Alleging Decades of Toxic Pollution to Continue Business Wire, 1/8/14 by Hagens Berman
Plutonium and a National Park: Marking Birth of the Atomic Bomb The Daily News, 12/4/14 by Joel Connelly
EPA Begins Fining Hanford Over Deadline The Columbian, 10/15/14 by Associated Press
Death by Dirty Water: Storm Runoff a Risk for Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/17/14 by Associated Press
Energy Northwest Defends Its Columbia River Track Record Nuclear Street, 11/4/14 by Nuclear Street
Groups File Suit Challenging Water Quality Permit for Northwest's Only Nuclear Plant Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/31/14 by Staff
Energy Northwest Defends Water Permit for its Richland Nuclear Plant Portland Business Journal, 11/3/14 by Wendy Culverwell
Environmental Groups Sue Washington Over Nuclear Plant's Effect on Columbia River The Oregonian, 10/30/14 by Nicholas K. Geranios
Deal Reached to Pump Leaking Hanford Tank The Columbian, 9/29/14 by Associated Press
Ecology on Water Rule: Let Them Eat Fish Capital Press, 10/1/14 by Don Jenkins
EPA Releases 'Salmon Mapper' for 12 Pesticides Capital Press, 9/26/14 by Mitch Lies
Study Shows 'Alarming Levels' of Toxics in Columbia River Fish Hood River News, 9/30/14 by Staff
Study: Alarming Levels of Toxics in Columbia River Fish KGW, 9/30/14 by Keely Chalmers
Corps Will Apply for Pollutant Discharge Permits at Dams NW Fishletter, 9/11/14 by Steve Ernst
Hanford Beats Annual Water Cleanup Goal Tri-City Herald, 8/12/14 by Annette Cary
Getting it Right in Sullied Portland Harbor The Oregonian, 8/9/14 by Editorial Board
Owner of Boat that Sank in Columbia River Convicted of Abandoning Vessel, Pollution Daily Journal, 8/8/14 by Associated Press
AG Ferguson Secures Derelict Vessel Conviction in Benton Co. KVEW, 8/7/14 by Dan Thesman
Listen Pollution from Columbia River Dams Must be Disclosed Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/4/14 by Associated Press
Corps Agrees to Monitor Dam Pollution The Columbus Dispatch, 8/4/14 by Nigel Duara
Columbia Riverkeeper, Army Corps Settle Suit Over Pollution from Dams Portland Business Journal, 8/1/14 by Wendy Culverwell
New Bill Pushes for $50 Million to Restore Columbia River Jefferson Public Radio, 7/28/14 by Staff
Inslee Proposes New Water Quality Standards NW Fishletter, 7/24/14 by Bill Rudolph
After 40 Billion America's Biggest Nuclear Dump is Still Leaking Who What Why, 7/14/14 by Les Neuhaus
Pesticide Settlement Raises Question Mark Capital Press, 6/11/14 by Mateusz Perkowski
25 Years On at America's Most Contaminated Nuclear Waste Site BBC News, 6/10/14 by Taylor Kate Brown
Groups Fight to Protect Endangered Species from Dangerous New Pesticide eNews Park Forest, 6/3/14 by Press Release
Mother Lode of Chromium at Hanford Excavated Tri-City Herald, 5/31/14 by Annette Cary
Yakama Nation Fights for Nuclear Waste Cleanup at Hanford Site Earth Island Journal, 5/21/14 by Michelle Tolson
State Presents Hanford Cleanup Priority List The Bellingham Herald, 5/24/14 by Annette Cary
$3.6B Needed in 2016 for Hanford Cleanup Tri-City Herald, 5/14/14 by Annette Cary
Study Looks at Impacts of Warmer Stream Temperatures/Pesticide Combination Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/18/14 by Staff
State Too Quick to Threaten Consent Decree Provision Over Hanford Cleanup Tri-City Herald, 4/22/14 by Editorial Board
Settling for a 'Cheap' River Fix Portland Tribune, 4/21/14 by Steve Law
Narrow Inlet Could House Piles of Sediment Portland Tribune, 4/21/14 by Steve Law
No More 'Wait and See' at Hanford Nuclear Site: Guest opinion The Oregonian, 4/14/14 by Brett VandenHeuvel
Watch Oil Spill Prep May Ratchet Up The Columbian, 3/16/14 by Eric Florip
Teck Smelter Spills Chemical Solution into Columbia River CBC News, 2/1/14 by Brady Strachan
Toxic Waters: Focus Should be Clean Up, Not Do Not Eat, Tribal Leaders Say Indian Country, 1/12/14 by Terri Hansen
Idaho Fish Farm Settles with EPA Over Polluting Snake River with Wastewater Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/20/13 by Staff
Lawsuit Claims Teck Toxins Caused Disease The Canadian Press, 12/20/13 by Dene Moore
Class Damages Sought for Belching Smelter Courthouse News, 12/2/13 by June Williams
U.S. Town Prepares to Sue B.C. Mining Giant Over Alleged Smelter Pollution The Province, 11/26/13 by Staff
Lake Roosevelt: The Dam-made Lake Holding a Century of Pollution Wenatchee World, 10/12/13 by K.C. Mehaffey
Groups Sue EPA Over WA's Fish-Consumption Standard NW Fishletter, 11/7/13 by Bill Rudolph
EPA Sued Over Fish Consumption in State The Herald, 10/14/13 by Gene Johnson
Lake Roosevelt: The Dam-made Lake Holding a Century of Pollution The Wenatchee World, 10/12/13 by K.C. Mehaffey
EPA Suspends $125,500 Fine on Portland Harbor Companies Willamette Week, 10/1/13 by Aaron Mesh
Oregon, Washington, Warn Against Eating Columbia River Fish The Dalles Chronicle, 9/23/13 by Jonathan J. Cooper
Listen Warning: Some Columbia River Fish Not Safe to Eat Boise State Public Radio, 9/23/13 by Anna King
DoE Proposes New Approach for Hanford Nuclear Cleanup Modern Power Systems, 9/27/13 by Staff
Contaminated Fish Alert: High Mercury, PCBs in Certain Columbia River Species The Oregonian, 9/23/13 by Lynne Terry
Oregon, Washington Issue Columbia River Fish Warning The Columbian, 9/23/13 by Associated Press
Coast Guard Responds to Boat Sinking on the Columbia River The Chronicle, 9/17/13 by Staff
Court: Work on Yucca Mountain Must Resume Tri-City Herald, 8/13/13 by Annette Cary
Greens Call Bonneville Dam Cancerous Polluter Courthouse News Service, 8/5/13 by Jonny Bonner
Oil Discharge in Columbia River Increases Natives' Cancer Risk by 5,000 Percent Indian Country, 8/5/13 by Staff
Army Corps is Sued for Oil Leaks into Columbia River Portland Tribune, 8/5/13 by Steve Law
Either a Major Victory or a Devastating Defeat, Over Wastewater Treatment Plan Pacific Northwest Inlander, 7/25/13 by Daniel.Walters
Cooperative Conducts Oil Spill-Response Practice at Port of Longview The Daily News, 7/18/13 by Erik Olson
Watch Hanford Officials Hid Leak Evidence from Advisory Panel King 5 News, 5/21/13 by Susannah Frame
NRC: Feds Need Coordinated, Common Approach for Pesticides' Impacts on ESA Species Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/3/13 by Staff
Portland Harbor Companies Ask EPA to Drop $125,500 Superfund Fine Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/1/13 by Aaron Mesh
Agency Fines Portland Harbor Interests $125,000 Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/17/13 by Associated Press
EPA Hits Lower Willamette Group with $125,500 Penalty on Portland Harbor Cleanup The Oregonian, 4/16/13 by Scott Learn
Portland Reaches Settlement Over Willamette River Superfund Site Willamette Week, 4/8/13 by Andrea Damewood
How Fish Consumption Determines Water Quality High Country News, 4/1/13 by Sarah Jane Keller
NMFS' Pesticide BiOp Thrown Out on Appeal NW Fishletter, 3/7/13 by Bill Rudolph
Appeals Court Remands Salmon/Pesticide BiOp Back to District Court; Demands Clarity Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/1/13 by Staff
Appeals Court Overturns Federal Finding on Three Pesticides Capital Press, 2/21/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
Federal Judges Vacate Controversial NMFS Pesticides Biological Opinion E & E, 1/22/13 by Jeremy P. Jacobs
Watch Energy Northwest Earthquake Drill in Richland KNDU / KNDO, 1/26/13 by Staff
Six Hanford Tanks Leaking Radioactive Waste Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/22/13 by Joel Connelly
America's Most Contaminated: Radioactive Waste Leaks into NW River RT.com, 1/23/13 by Staff
At the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, a Steady Drip of Toxic Trouble The Daily Beast, 2/24/13 by Eric Nusbaum
Bret Simpson, Scrap Dealer Who Botched Salvage of Barge Davy Crockett, Fined $405,000 The Oregonian, 1/28/13 by Scott Learn
Derelict Vessel Owner Ordered to Pay More Than $1 Million for Columbia River Oil Spill Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/28/13 by Bonnie Stewart
EPA Criticizes Clean-Up Study for Portland Harbor Superfund Site Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/24/13 by Amelia Templeton
Colville Tribes Claim Columbia River Pollution Court Win PS Business Journal, 12/17/12 by Staff
Ecology Finds No Source of Minor Snake River Sheen The Olympian, 12/5/12 by Staff
Bonneville To McNary: Fish Show High Levels of Toxic Pollutants, Degraded Riparian Areas Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/30/12 by Staff
State Study Finds Columbia Water 'Generally Good' Capital Press, 11/27/13 by Mitch Lies
Pesticide Makers ask Court to Overturn Restrictions Capital Press, 11/1/12 by Mateusz Perkowski
Agencies Disagree on Buffers Capital Press, 11/1/12 by Mateusz Perkowski
OR Commission Rejects Pesticide Restriction Petition, says Several Programs Addressing Issue Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/9/12 by Staff
As Ongoing Project, Columbia Riverkeeper Collects Toxin Data in Fish Caught by Anglers Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/26/12 by Staff
Toxic Algae Warning Issued for Little Goose Dam Tri-City Herald, 10/3/12 by Staff
Court Rules Against Clark Co. in Polluted Runoff Case KOIN Local 6, 9/25/12 by Associated Press
Teck Resources Admits it Polluted Columbia River in US Environmental Leader, 9/17/12 by Staff
Teck Metals Concedes Canada Smelter Leached Heavy Metals into Upper Columbia River Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/14/12 by Staff
Mining Company Teck Admits Polluting U.S. Waters; Damage to be Assessed The Province, 9/10/12 by Dene Moore
Teck Resources Admits Polluting Columbia River in U.S. Vancouver Sun, 9/11/12 by Gordon Hoekstra
Canadian Mining Company Admits Pollution Spokesman-Review, 9/10/12 by Staff
Teck Admits to Polluting River Over Course of Century The Nelson Daily, 9/10/12 by Kyra Hoggan
Canadian Smelter Refines its Legal Case with Admission Seattle Times, 8/13/12 by Lance Dickie
Colville Tribe, Teck go to Court Over Columbia River Pollution Seattle Times, 8/12/12 by Staff
Portland Harbor Cleanup is Too Important to Get Hung Up on Fine Print The Oregonian, 8/3/12 by Editorial Board
Portland Harbor Cleanup Dispute Centers on Fish Consumption Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/31/12 by Bonnie Stewart
Lower Willamette Group Not Complying with Superfund Cleanup Order for Portland Harbor The Oregonian, 7/31/12 by Scott Learn
Tribes Work to Raise Awareness of Consumer-Product Pollution in Columbia River System Indian Country Today, 7/2/12 by Terri Hansen
Copper Exposure Damages Salmon's Sense of Smell, Less Able to Detect Predators Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/13/12 by Staff
Barge Owner Guilty of Polluting Columbia River KGW, 7/12/12 by Associated Press
WA Scrap Dealer Pleads Guilty in Botched Salvage of Barge Davy Crockett The Oregonian, 7/12/12 by Scott Learn
Governors Unite to Remove Derelict Vessels from Columbia Bend Bulletin, 7/1/12 by Rachel La Corte
Washington State may Change Fish Consumption Estimate Wenatchee World, 6/19/12 by Associated Press
Lots of Fish, Lots of Toxins; Officials Looking to Change That Yakima Herald, 6/18/12 by Phil Ferolito
Nine-City Study Reveals What's Contaminating the Columbia River The Daily News, 6/16/12 by Natalie St. John
Columbia's Needs Go Beyond Salmon Recovery Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/1/12 by Cassandra Profita
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