Registration | Agenda | Announcement
An aerial view of the middle and lower Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean. Image: ESRI/Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership.
The Yakima/Klickitat Fisheries Project and Bonneville Power Administration are excited to announce that the 12th annual Columbia Gorge Fisheries and Watershed Science Conference will take place at The Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles, OR on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019.
Registration is now live for the 2019 conference! Click "Registration" link above to register. Next to it is a link to the agenda. Announcement links to the original save-the-date notice. After the conference, we will post links to conference abstracts and presentations above, as well.
Follow links below to past years' conferences to view abstracts or presentations. Presentations over the past years have spanned a broad range of topics relevant to the fisheries and aquatic resources--from research to implementation-- in tributary watersheds to and in the mainstem Mid-Columbia including: policy, planning and management; geologic hazards and climate change; Pacific lamprey research; water availability; dam removals; education and outreach; fish predation studies; hatchery reform and fish facility improvements; genetic research; fish passage and tributary habitat restoration work, and more. Topics represent the work of a broad spectrum of agencies and organizations.
We hope you can join us this April for the 12th year of the Columbia Gorge Fisheries and Watershed Science Conference!