Yakima River Headwaters Chapter March Meeting

Join us on Wednesday, March 16th at 7 pm to review and participate in planning our Teanaway River programs. Our future projects will allow us to place 6 water temperature monitors within key headwater zones of the Teanaway River and software to help us track and study the data. This data will be instrumental in combating the effects of climate change, be used in scientific modeling by multiple organizations, and allow our chapter to begin its focus on conserving our headwaters and our species of concern...the West Slope Cutthroat Trout.

The Teanaway River is the native range of our cutthroat, rainbow, and steelhead, and this is our chapters first big step in moving forward with our Headwaters Matter Campaign.


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