ROSEBURG, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) and the Rogue SMU Fall Chinook Conservation Plan advisory committee will meet May 3 at the Chetco Public Library, 405 Alder Street, Brookings. The meeting runs 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. and the public has 10 minutes to comment at the end of the meeting.
The committee will discuss possible action items designed to help attain desired status of fall chinook populations in the coastal streams. The committee will also review the first draft of management alternatives developed for Rogue River fall chinook.
The conservation plan covers populations of native fall chinook salmon in Oregon streams between Euchre Creek and the California border and the Rogue River Basin. Guided by ODFW’s Native Fish Conservation Policy, the plan will identify desired and conservation status and describe management strategies to reach these goals.