As an all-volunteer organization, we are always interested in having folks become involved with RRNW. The best way to do this is to attend the annual Members Meeting at the symposium and work with us on developing and implementing our upcoming objectives. This symposium brings together multi-disciplinary professionals in the science and practice of river restoration planning and design.

There may also be opportunities to volunteer your time at the Symposium. If you are interested, please contact us at volunteer@rrnw.org.

 

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500-pound sturgeon found dead at Klamath Lake

The Oregon Deparment of Fish and Wildlife has a pretty amazing fish tale to share. A nearly 10-foot long sturgeon was found dead near the Keno Dam at Klamath Lake Thursday. Wildlife officials say ... See more

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Oregon Public Broadcasting- OPB

One of the Northwest’s largest waterfalls is also one of the least accessible and industrially blighted. It’s on the Willamette River, where a paper mill has polluted the water and blocked public ... See more

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