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In the fall of 2009, Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commissioners were updated on the potential Gold Ray Dam removal .
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Savage Rapids Dam

Gold Ray Dam and fish ladder.
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Savage Rapids Dam
Commissioners also toured Savage Rapids Dam during removal.
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Rogue River Education

In November 2008, ODFW published the first edition of Rogue Valley Wild as an insert to the Medford Mail Tribune. The goal of Rogue Valley Wild is to provide more information on local populations of fish and wildlife, insight into the issues facing these species, and how ODFW manages them.

February 2010 (pdf)

November 2008 (pdf)

Native Fishes of the Rogue River poster (pdf)

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