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News & Updates

Hood River Access at Punchbowl Falls

Zach / Sunday, January 11, 2015

The confluence of the East Fork and West Fork of the Hood is a special spot for whitewater boaters, fishermen, and anyone who enjoys rivers. This property has been used by many years by rafters and kayakers as a take-out as the West Fork of the Hood or as a put-in for the main stem of the Hood River. This river access was private property until 2006 when Western Rivers Conservancy...

Fighting for the Futaleufu

Zach / Monday, December 22, 2014

The Futaleufu is perhaps the most famous whitewater river in the world. With turquoise waters, and huge Class IV/V rapids, it attracts rafters and kayakers from around the globe. But the river and the valleys surrounding the Futaleufu are in danger of being ruined forever. The river is effectively owned by a huge multinational corporation, Endesa, which bought the water rights in 1996 with plans to build 3 dams on it....

Hope and Heartache of Rough and Ready Creek

Nate / Monday, March 24, 2014

A lot of hope and heartache lies in the weathered ridges that make up Rough and Ready Creek’s watershed. Through them, a blue ribbon sometimes fraught with white, carves its winding canyon. Above the water, the isolated ridge top plateaus are the remnants of an ancient flatlands, the Klamath Peneplain, that once existed here and fostered the build-up of the minerals that have been the source of so much speculation since...

Please Help Protect the Hood River Confluence

Zach / Monday, August 13, 2012

The merging of two rivers is always an auspicious place for rafters and kayakers, and one of my favorite confluences is that of the East and West Forks of the Hood River. Not only is this a beautiful place to go for a swim on a hot day, but it also serves as the put-in and take-out for several great whitewater runs. Western Rivers Conservancy recently purchased 102 acres of land...