TU's Deschutes Chapter is building a Stewarship Network for Oregon's Fall River. We're engaging local landowners, agency staff, NGOs and anglers to guide our next steps. Based on our Fall 2013 "Fall RIver Needs Assessment," we have identified restoration, education and biomonitoring needs for the... [ READ MORE... ]
2014 Spring Membership Meeting, 05/15/2014, 6-8PM, Holinsdead Barn, Bend. OR. Presentation about algal and aquatic changes on the Lower Deschutes River. The event will be catered.
Please join a small group to discuss a hybrid alternative to the Mirror Pond dilemma.
Board Meeting at 50 SW Bond Street, Suite 4.
Join Deschutes Chapter Board Members for a Project Priorities Planning Meeting at 50 SW Bond Street, Suite 4.
The Deschutes Chapter Board Meeting will be held Monday, 1/6/14, from 6:00--8:00 PM at 50 SW Bond Street.
The Metolius River draws people from all over the country for its scenic beauty and world renowned recreational opportunities. The Metolius is also an inspiring outdoor classroom, providing accessible environmental educational experiences that are perfect for Elementary students, Middle Schools... [ READ MORE... ]
The Industry – AFFTA Steps up as Always
The Seattle Chamber of Commerce is a big deal on the West Coast, representing billions of dollars of tech, coffee, fish, shipping, aero-space, mining, construction and the recreation industry.
So when the Seattle Chambers Alaska division decided to have a... [ READ MORE... ]
He picked up the lemons that Fate had sent him and started a lemonade-stand. - Elbert Hubbard ca. 1915
While the solution to prevent the thousands of dead trout on the Upper Deschutes we have seen may be, "Put more water in the river", the issue is far more complex than most of us realize and... [ READ MORE... ]