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Recent news from around the region that relates to the Rogue River and neighboring watersheds that Rogue Riverkeeper works to protect.

Mining regulation changes are intention of Bates' bill
Bill would water down protections for rivers passed in 2013
Winter could return to area today
Other storms are predicted to follow through the weekend
Mercury levels in Rogue will spur state tests
The Rogue and about a dozen other Oregon rivers are poised to join the state's growing list of mercury-impaired waters
There's a redd revival on the Rogue
Dam removal means river teems with big chinook that dig, spawn in egg nests
Treatment plant's impact on Rogue studied
Fly-fisherman concerned that Medford treatment plant damages river habitat; city official says wait for another study
Lost Creek Lake hit by toxic algae
State health officials have issued an advisory at Lost Creek Lake today after finding high levels of blue-green algae in the Lake
State’s flawed environmental oversight persists
Both Oregon and Washington are currently involved with major energy-related project proposals, Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas export terminal proposal on Coos Bay and coal export near Longview
New Law: No More Than 850 Gold-Mining Dredges Allowed in Oregon’s Rivers
Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber has signed a bill into law that will limit the number of small gold-mining dredges in Oregon’s waterways
Governor Signs Bill to Protect Salmon Habitat
Bill to Reduce Impacts of Suction Dredge Gold Mining on Oregon Rivers
Back to business
Wildfire-prompted restrictions eased along Wild section of Rogue River; steep commercial losses seen
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