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Methow Valley News

November 2008:
Saving the ancient Pacific lamprey

December 2008:
Twisp River land, easement acquisitions awarded state, Federal salmon money

July 2009:
Study measures nutrients in river

August 2009:
Agencies, landowners team up for river projects

September 2009:
Yakama Nation supporting more coho in the Methow
Steelhead season opens on Methow

October 2009:
Long-term fix for river, fish, farmers and recreationists
Bound for the river

November 2009:
MVID diversion getting major overhaul
Surveying the rivers by boat and boot

January 2010:
Conservancy gets salmon funds

February 2010:
Bull trout critical habitat designation revised
News Briefs—Yakamas expand coho program

May 2010:
Sa Teekh Wa to unveil interpretive signs

June 2010:
Fish habitat is a common goal for groups at RiverBank building

July 2010:
Chinook use natural pond in new study

October 2010:
Chewuch ditch preps for piping project

November 2010:
New technique helps river heal

January 2011:
High water, ice dam sends Twisp River onto its floodplain

February 2011:
Agencies team up to improve river, fish habitat on large scale

April 2011:
Proposal aims to improve fish habitat, river health

May 2011:
Talk about public art

August 2011:
Resurfacing as art
Methow watershed gets $3.5 million for salmon and wildlife habitat

September 2011:
Hope for endangered fish springs eternal at Hancock Springs

November 2011:
Pond art features four local artists in joint project

March 2012:
Methow River summer projects would improve fish habitat

April 2012:
The economics of salmon

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The Wenatchee World

September 27, 2006:
Protected species the focus of land purchases in Methow Valley

December 21, 2007:
NCW salmon projects win $3 million in state funding

April 8, 2008:
Funding for hatchery included in $900 million fish agreement

December 18, 2008:
Area projects get salmon grants

December 19, 2008:
Outdoor Insider — Big money jolt for fish recovery on Wenatchee, Entiat and Methow

December 17, 2009:
NCW gets almost $2 million in salmon recovery dollars

December 31, 2009:
2009 a good year for state salmon runs

January 15, 2010:
Grant for hatchery slips away

August 13, 2010:
Projects luring fish

August 26, 2011:
Feds give $3.5 million for Methow Valley habitat

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Other News

NOAA Fisheries (June 2009):
NOAA Upgrades Listing of Upper Columbia River Steelhead from Endangered to Threatened

NOAA Fisheries (September 2009):
NOAA Strengthens 2008 Columbia River Salmon Protection Strategy

Bureau of Reclamation (Decenber 2010):
Secretary Salazar Awards Upper Columbia Recovery Board Implementation Team with Partners in Conservation Award

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Document Archive

State of Washington Governor's Salmon Recovery Office:
2008 State of Salmon in Watersheds

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation:
Restoration Narratives

Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board:
Spring Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Final Recovery Plan
Upper Columbia Monitoring Strategy
Upper Columbia Regional Funding Matrix
Matrix of Permitting

Bureau of Reclamation:
FCRPS Tributary Habitat Program: Methow Documents
Federal Columbia River Power System FCRPS BiOp Implementation:
Endangered Species Act Federal Columbia River Power System 2008 Progress Report Summary

Methow Restoration Council (MRC):
Definitions of Commonly Used Acronyms

MRC Wall Calendars:

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