Kim Jones, a research program leader from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, will give a presentation at Thursday’s meeting of the MidCoast Watersheds Council, which takes place at 6:30 p.m. at Central Lincoln PUD, located at 2129 N Coast Highway in Newport.
As a fish ecologist for 31 years and program leader for aquatic inventories since 1989, Jones will share his findings on chinook, coho and cutthroat in the Salmon River since 1997. He represents the Conservation and Recovery Section of ODFW’s Fish Division on interagency panels and work groups related to stream conditions and salmon populations. He is interested in recovery actions that will provide long-term protection and restoration of Oregon’s aquatic ecosystems.For the complete article see the 04-02-2014 issue.
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