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Savage Rapids Dam public meeting


Savage Rapids Dam Public Meeting Video

May, 2009

Rogue River Conservation Plans

In 2007, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted the Rogue River Spring Chinook Conservation Plan. The plan sets conservation criteria and desired status goals for wild spring chinook, and defines the management strategies to reach desired status goals. Much work has been done by ODFW field staff in support of the plan.

In January 2013, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted the Rogue Fall Chinook SMU Conservation Plan. The plan sets conservation criteria and desired status goals for wild fall Chinook in the Rogue River, and five coastal watersheds south of Elk River, and defines the management strategies to reach desired status goals.

All of ODFW’s conservation plans

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