A Special Thanks to the Flyfisher’s Club of Oregon and the Flyfisher Foundation

We’d like to take this opportunity to extend our gratitude to an organization that has provided incredible support for the DRA’s work over the last few years. This spring, for the second time, the DRA was selected by the Flyfisher Foundation to be the recipient of funds raised during the Keith Hansen Memorial Paddle Raise, which took place in May at The Flyfisher’s Club of Oregon’s annual auction. This fantastic event raised over $23,000 for the DRA’s 2017 science and advocacy efforts, bringing the total amount awarded by FFF to the DRA to nearly $50,000 over the last three years.

We have been truly honored to partner with FCO and FFF as we work to protect and restore the lower Deschutes River. These organizations were founded to promote and preserve the art, science and history of the sport of fly fishing. To that end, they have provided funds annually to organizations undertaking important work to protect and restore rivers that provide invaluable fly fishing opportunities for generations to come. Previous grantees have included Western Rivers Conservancy, Pacific Rivers Council, and the Native Fish Society. It has been a privilege for all of us at the DRA to be part of this lengthy tradition of working with FFF to protect treasured western rivers.

The generous assistance of the Flyfisher’s Club and the Flyfisher Foundation will be critical to all of the DRA’s efforts in the coming year. We’ll continue to put these funds directly to work to restore cooler, cleaner water to the lower Deschutes River.

Again, many thanks!


Deschutes River Alliance: Cooler, cleaner H2O for the lower Deschutes River. 

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