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February Chapter Meeting
Molly Monroe: Monarch Butterfly Migration
Tuesday, February 14
6:00-7:00, No Host Eats and Drinks
7:00-9:00, Speaker Program
High Rocks Restaurant, 915 E. Arlington, Gladstone

Molly has been studying Monarch butterflies, habitat and migration for many years. She'll present a very interesting program on migration routes, timing and even plants you can pick for your yard that will attract them (and other butterflies). Come join us!

Special Raffle Item! Solid Oak Oasis Fly Tying Gillie for your Table Top. $180 Value

Molly Monroe has been a wildlife biologist in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years. She received her degree from OSU and has worked with private, state and federal agencies on everything from the Northern spotted owl to fighting invasive species. Her favorite projects involve listed species and solving the unique issues they face in our ever changing landscapes. Molly's interest in the Monarch butterfly began as a young student when they were raised and released from their classroom in Oregon City, and she has been able to share that interest with other young students in more recent years. Molly lives in Corvallis with her husband and her 5 year old daughter, Amelia.
Outing Schedule Set!
Check the outing schedule and weld these dates to your calendar. The outings are very informal and feature a Saturday night pot luck dinner. Join our chapter to get some great fishing knowledge in new places.

2017 Outings
Upcoming Speakers
March: Rober Hayden, PEW Charitable Trust

April: Mary Ann Dozier and Dave Dozier, Central Oregon Fishing Opportunities and Bamboo Fly Rod Construction

May: TBD
Projects! Volunteer Opportunities
Steelhead Surveys

Our training sessions for this season's surveys are set and we have enough volunteers for redd counts. Thanks to those that have committed to count!

Planting Projects

Clackamas River Basin Council has some upcoming projects that need volunteers.

Clackamas Confluence Planting Feb. 11

Rock Creek Watershed Planting, March 11

RSVP today!

Hot Conservation and Fisheries News
Columbia River Gill Nets

The ODFW Fish Commission recently decided to allow an extension to commercial gill nets in the Columbia Main channel. This is a departure from the previous agreed plan where gill nets would be moved off the channel to SAFE zones. The decision is also different from the Washington commission decision.

TU is against this extension and have communicated our position to those of concern. Read Bill Monroe's Article

See the Joint TU Postion below

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