• Advocacy

    A new path for the Owyhee

    Tucked in the corners of Oregon, Idaho and Nevada is the Owyhee Canyonlands. Known for its rugged terrain and wild waters that host hundreds of species of fish and wildlife, the Owyhee is truly one of the West’s largest conservation opportunities.  In Idaho, over 500,000 acres of the Owyhee landscape are protected as Wilderness, but…

  • Restoration

    A Busy Summer on the Salmon SuperHwy

    In 2014, TU and our partners with the Salmon SuperHwy came together with the shared vision of reconnecting over 180 miles of historic spawning and rearing habitat for salmon, steelhead and other native species on the rivers of Oregon’s North Coast. Some of these rivers include the Tillamook, Trask, Kilchis, Wilson, Miami, Nestucca, Little Nestucca,…

  • Advocacy

    Renewed action in Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands

    Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands represent one of the largest conservation opportunities in the Lower 48. The Owyhee is an integral part of the sagebrush steppe landscape that supports more than 350 species of fish and wildlife, including genetically pure, interior Redband trout. But it’s not immune to our ever-changing world. Redband Trout. Photo by Matteo Moretti…