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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.

Rogue River section back open
The Rogue River's Wild & Scenic section that has been closed for nearly two weeks due to fires raging nearby and heavy smoke is back open today
Evans Creek Water Quality Improving
Creek shows reduced levels of fecal bacteria compared to prior monitoring
Rafters describe eerie trip on river
In area of the Rogue, wildfire goes right down to river's edge
Declining conditions force closure of section of Rogue River
The Rogue River's wild section has been closed because of heavy smoke and ever-creeping flames from southwest Oregon's numerous fires
Bacteria woes force more summer creek closures
Every summer, stream flows in the Rogue Valley decline, the concentrations of bacteria go up and people are told to stay out of several creeks
Wild and Scenic Chetco River Temporarily Protected From Mining: Groups Call for Permanent Protection
Today, the Interior Department announced its approval of a mineral withdrawal for 17 miles of a world-class salmon and steelhead river in southwest Oregon
Chlorine caused deaths of fish in Ashland
656 fish found dead last month in Ashland Creek below the city's Waste Water Treatment Plant apparently were exposed to lethal amounts of chlorine
Keeping it cool
It's too bad a landowner got fined, but there's a good reason for riparian rules
A riparian runs through it
Rogue River setback violation lands neighbor in hot water over land protection
Dredge Mining Bill Will Slash Permit Totals
A measure passed by the state Legislature earlier this month aims to cut nearly two-thirds of the permits allowed for suction-dredge mining in Oregon's salmon-bearing rivers, including the Rogue River.
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