From: McKenzie River Trust News
Making a messy river for salmon and long-term resilience at Finn Rock Reach
The project at Finn Rock Reach was already showing encouraging signs in September when wild Chinook salmon scattered across the site for spawning. With this week’s high water spread more broadly and moving slower outside the main channel, the newly emerged juvenile salmon, western pond turtles, and many other aquatic critters find better safety and more food among the large trees and sediment that are scattered throughout the project area. LEARN MORE.