9th Spring-run Chinook Symposium and Field Tours
Many joined the Salmon River Restoration Council (SRRC), Salmonid Restoration Federation, Karuk Tribe and many more as we dove into, both literally and figuratively, the Spring Chinook of the Klamath Basin.
July 25 - 26 : SRRC Dive Training and 23rd Annual Cooperative Salmon River Spring Chinook and Summer Steelhead Dives
Dive training occured on July 25, followed the next day by the volunteer Cooperative Salmon River Spring Chinook and Summer Steelhead Dives. All first year and tenth year divers are required to participate in the whitewater safety and fish identification dive training (state and federal government employees are exempted). The training was held at the Forks of Salmon Community Club from 10 am to 1 pm.
For more information, please visit the Salmon River Restoration Council's website.
July 27 - 28: 9th Annual Spring-run Chinook Symposium and Field Tours
The Spring-run Chinook Symposium on July 27 featured a full day of presentations on conservation genetics, population monitoring and status, limiting factors, and implementing recovery strategies. Then two concurrent field tours departed on the 28th: a class 3 raft trip for all ages and skill levels that highlighted restoration projects and fisheries of the Mid Klamath and the Salmon River Floodplain and Fisheries Restoration Tour of upcoming restoration projects, conceptual project types, and vistas.
More information can be found on the Agenda.