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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.

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City of Medford partners with landowners to help shade Rogue River
Bill to Protect Salmon Habitat Awaiting Governor’s Signature
The bill takes steps to protect salmon habitat throughout Oregon through reasonable reductions in levels of suction dredge gold mining
Senate strikes gold by recommending limits on suction dredge mining rush
Oregon lawmakers are wise to question the impact of suction dredge mining and move to set limits on it in light of an explosion of this activity
Senate votes to limit gold dredges on salmon streams
Oregon Senate on Wednesday passed a bill to cap the number of permits for suction dredge mining equipment and to prohibit mining in salmon spawning areas year-round
Experts plan new tests in Ashland fish die-off
Fish were found below the city's wastewater treatment plant; so far, plant checks out
A good deal for a few, maybe
LNG pipeline plan would export U.S. gas, mostly for the benefit of investors
Asphalt plant testimony centers on past operations
Supporters and opponents of Mountain View Paving presented conflicting testimony Monday about when an asphalt batch plant existed on a site near Talent
Agencies look into Ashland fish-kill
State police, fish biologists and Ashland city officials are investigating an apparent fish-kill in lower Ashland Creek along and downstream of the city's Wastewater Treatment Plant
Pipeline draws ire from local landowner
Natural gas line would provide more than 1,000 jobs and millions in tax revenue: project manager
Health warning issued for toxic algae in Lost Creek Lake
A health advisory was issued today for the lake, located 30 miles northeast of Medford on the Rogue River in Jackson County
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