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Restoring Native Fish
What We’re Working On
On behalf of seven fish advocacy groups, Crag filed a new lawsuit challenging a December 2022 decision by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission that weakened state-wide protections for migratory fish like salmon, steelhead, and lamprey.
Below the surface of the ocean, a type of seagrass with ribbon-shaped leaves and flowers that bloom every summer works to do everything a rainforest might do, but within a marine habitat. This fascinating and vital type of seagrass is called eelgrass. Eelgrass grows...
Crag is representing a coalition of fishing and conservation organizations to intervene in the DEQ enforcement action to hold Basco Logging accountable for a botched repair at Winchester Dam.
The two largest state forests in Oregon, the Tillamook and Clatsop State Forests, contain critical spawning and rearing habitat for the threatened Oregon Coast coho salmon. Since the Coho salmon spends half of its lifetime in riparian zones in forests like the...
The city of Molalla—located in Clackamas County, Oregon—is failing to protect the right to clean water. For over a decade, Molalla’s sewage treatment plant has violated the terms of its permit, undermining people’s health and the quality of the Molalla River.