Check out page 16 and you will notice that Fred Messerle is the new project manager. Funny, Steve Denny never mentioned a 6 million dollar position for the former commissioner when he was presenting the project to the public, but that is how the Old Boy's Club works. The Nature Conservancy, the Army Corp of Engineers, The Bureau of Indian Affairs, and of course, The US Fish and Wildlife all have a piece of this project and it is benefiting only the few who will make millions off of public tax dollars and the few who will get to use it for mitigation. The rest of us will have to learn to live with mosquitoes......Rob T.
ODFW ~ Purchases Private Property for Wetland Restoration "Mosquito Preserve"
ODFW ~ Commission to Consider Land Grab in Willamette Valley December 5, 2014
#ODFW~ Public Meetings in October for 2015 Groundfish & Sport Halibut Seasons
#ODFW to host public meetings on commercial nearshore fishery September
OFF~Lead Ammo Ban Update #ODFW Skirting Extreme Environmental Agenda
#ODFW Director Elicker takes Leadership Position with #USFWS =Government Graft
#ODFW~Popular Charleston boat ramp re-opens for fall salmon angling Sept. 2, 2014
Wrangling Over Water~The Story of the Johnson Creek Damn in #CoosCounty
ODFW---Fish and Wildlife Commission sends ODFW budget to Governor, Too Much
Weyerhaeuser Offers Company Forestland for Recreational Access
ODFW---Letter to Hunters on an All-Out Ban on Lead Ammo-Public Comment Needed
OFF---Ban on Lead Ammo Is on the Horizon
ODFW--- Adopt the Coastal Multi-Species Conservation and Management plan