Fish and Wildlife Habitat Restoration Projects

Three Sisters Irrigation District teamed with the U.S. Forest Service to completely eliminate fish blockage at its diversion structure, and construct innovative screens on its intake, thereby providing steelhead and resident trout safe, unobstructed access to several miles of Whychus Creek that were blocked for nearly a century.

Tumalo Irrigation District, in addition to their conserved water projects, has constructed new screens and ladders at their Bend and Tumalo Creek Diversions. These facilities allow fish to swim upstream and downstream over the diversions and keep fish, their eggs, and fry out of the irrigation canals and in the river.

Central Oregon Irrigation District

 

North Unit Irrigation Distirct

Swalley Irrigation District

Ochoco Irrigation District

Lone Pine Irrigation District

Arnold Irrigation District

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