Wallowa Lake:Lodge Owners, Nez Perce Work Together On Easement That Could Aid Sockeye Reintroduction

More than 100 years ago sockeye spawned along the southern shore of northeast Oregon’s Wallowa Lake and the inflowing river.

This year conservation-minded investors and the Nez Perce Tribe came together to protect 10 acres of prime spawning habitat owned by Wallowa Lake Lodge – habitat that could play an important role in the return of sockeye to the lake.

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