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Wenaha River offers rewards for muscle-powered adventurers

Despite the prevalence of black bears, poison ivy and rattlesnakes, the Wenaha River is among the most accommodating backcountry muscle-power destinations in the Northwest. Looking for an overnight wilderness destination free of snow as early as spring break in April or as late as Thanksgiving? Check it out.

State acquiring land near Grande Ronde

The public and wildlife soon will be sharing a chunk of an elk-friendly ranch and Grande Ronde River access in southern Asotin County. The 2,200-acre parcel bordering the river was approved for acquisition Saturday by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission. The land – southwest of Washington State Route 129 and accessible from the Grande Ronde Road between Boggan’s Oasis and Troy, Ore. – will be the first phase of what is planned to be an even larger acquisition over about 10 years. The plan is the result of negotiations with landowner Milton (Mike) Odom II and the 4-0 Livestock and Land Company LLC.