Historic Restoration Efforts on Whychus Creek

Central Oregon Daily’s Brian Jennings reports on how the restoration effort started at Whychus Canyon with a massive dig and transfer of fish.
By Brian Jennings
Central Oregon Daily

More than 50 years of man-made engineering has changed the path and nature of Whychus Creek in Central Oregon, endangering the survival of young fish, fauna and the eco-system of the entire area. That’s why the Deschutes Land Trust is working with other non-profit and governmental and tribal agencies to restore the natural flow along a six-mile run of Whychus Creek.

As Central Oregon Daily’s Brian Jennings reports, that restoration effort started at Whychus Canyon with a massive dig and transfer of fish.

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