spring chinook salmon Manmade Habitat For Spring Salmon Spared Knoll Fire's Destruction By Brian Bull • Sep 16, 2021 Brian Bull / KLCC The recent Knoll Fire in the McKenzie River Corridor threatened a fisheries restoration project in nearby Deer Creek. EWEB Releases More Water To McKenzie River To Protect Salmon By Rachael McDonald • May 14, 2021 Eugene Water & Electric Board Salmon are heading up the McKenzie River early this year, and that’s motivated Eugene Water and Electric Board to divert more water to the river to enable their migration. After Low Numbers Observed, Status Of Spring Chinook Salmon Under Review By Brian Bull • Apr 17, 2020 BLM OR & WA / Flickr.com/https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ Federal wildlife managers say they’re considering endangered species status for coastal spring Chinook salmon in Oregon. Spring Chinook Numbers In South Lower Umpqua Cause Worry By Brian Bull • Apr 21, 2019 Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife There’s concern over the latest count of spring chinook salmon in the South Lower Umpqua River. As KLCC’s Brian Bull reports, fishermen, conservation officials, and local tribes hope the fish’s numbers rebound…and blame a number of factors.