Preparing for the future when
steelhead and salmon could again spawn
upstream from a series of dams
on the Deschutes River in Central Oregon,
Portland General Electric contributed
$800,000 to protect property it
considers potentially prime summer
steelhead spawning habitat.
The PGE pledge will go to the
Deschutes Basin Land Trust, which will buy
and manage about 145 acres of
property along Squaw Creek, near Sisters,
known as Camp Polk Meadow. Protecting
a little more than a mile …

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