Researchers document results of stream restoration


By Rebecca Phillips, Washington State Magazine

TUCANNON RIVER, Wash. – Anecdotal evidence suggests manmade logjams have successfully slowed the Tucannon River’s currents, creating deeper, cooler flows enriched with the oxygen vital for fish survival.

Washington State University associate professor Alex Fremier and former graduate student Joe Parzych are leading a study to document the environmental improvements and their effects on salmon and trout.

Read all of this article in the fall issue of Washington State Magazine at



Next Story

Research in the media discussion with science journalists Sept. 28

Find out what research stories interest some of the country’s top media outlets directly from journalists who write for them. Researchers are invited to join science writer Sara Zaske for a presentation and panel discussion Thursday, Sept. 28 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Recent News