Infographic: The Freshwater Trust in the Rogue River basin

June 12, 2017


Updated July 2018

We began restoration work in the Rogue River Basin in 2012 by planting more than 2,000 cottonwoods, Ponderosa pine and other native vegetation on streamside property north of Medford. Since then, our efforts to reduce water temperature with streamside plants and restore native fish habitat with large wood structures have grown to 25 project sites. These early actions have helped build capacity and spur additional projects with local partners to fix the basin.

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