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Conservation Director Brett Brownscombe talks with a landowner about a stream restoration project.

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Restoration professionals use heavy machinery on a restoration project in Woods Creek.

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Students test water quality and learn about the life cycle of a salmon during Salmon Watch.

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A Chinook helicopter places large wood in the Salmon River to improve wild fish habitat.

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The Freshwater Trust is working with many partners to re-meander a three-mile stretch of the Middle Fork John Day River.

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Salmon have long-represented the culture of the Northwest. Organizations like The Freshwater Trust are working to improve fish habitat and entire freshwater ecosystems.

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