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Remembering Celilo Falls

Remembering Celilo Falls

Dipnetting from Albert’s Island at Celilo Falls. September, 1952. Photo courtesy Matheny Collection. For centuries, the roar of the great waterfall Celilo Falls echoed from the canyon walls near the start of the Columbia Gorge. Celilo Falls made visible the power and...
Fall Chinook Set New McNary Dam Record

Fall Chinook Set New McNary Dam Record

Columbia River salmon restoration efforts reached another milestone when the 2015 fall chinook run set a new passage record at McNary Dam. The 4,672 chinook that passed on October 13 pushed the total number of fall chinook to 456,043 fish that have passed over McNary...
Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples Day

by Jeremy FiveCrows, critfc public affairs “Everywhere you are, Indians have been.” This phrase captures the simple truth of the history of this land. Every hill; every creek; every meadow; every forest; every river on this continent has a story of its connection to...
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