James Nash is overseeing a project on his family’s 6 Ranch that will restore meanders to the Wallowa River to improve native fish habitat (Katy Nesbitt/The Observer)
ENTERPRISE — The work of recovering endangered Chinook salmon and steelhead requires a coordinated effort from spawning grounds to the ocean. One spawning habitat along the Wallowa River is showing measurable improvements through stream channel restoration.
BAKER CITY — The forests of the Blue Mountains are preparing to embark on a series of community-hosted public engagement meetings on the Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision over the next several months.
La Grande author Terrie Biggs will sign books from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Looking Glass Books, 1118 Adams Ave.
Biggs’ third published book, “Some Trails Never End,” is the true account of the first white women to travel overland into Oregon “country.” That trek resulted in the coming of the Oregon Trail and forever changed the culture of the indigenous tribes.