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Speak Up for Puget Sound Steelhead Recovery

Please help ensure the funding is in place for a critical steelhead Puget Sound marine survival project by calling or emailing your state legislator before February 10 and asking them to support the ‘Recover Puget Sound Steelhead’ request in the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s 2018 supplemental budget.

Posted by: | February 6, 2018 | Comments: 0

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  • WSC Position on Wild Steelhead Harvest

    Throughout the southern half of their range, wild steelhead have experienced tremendous declines during the last century and a half. While many factors have contributed to their decline, overharvest in sport and commercial fisheries has been ubiquitous, and today most populations are depressed below 10% of their historic abundance. During…

    Category: WSC Positions | Posted by: natasha | December 2, 2011 | Comments: 0
  • WSC Position on Steelhead Hatcheries

    In order to restore the abundance, distribution, diversity, and long term productivity of wild steelhead and their habitats to assure healthy stocks, hatchery programs need to be removed from management plans where ever possible. Plus, greater priority needs to be given to the long term sustainability of wild steelhead stocks….

    Category: WSC Positions | Posted by: natasha | July 21, 2011 | Comments: 0
  • Wild Steelhead Coalition and The Osprey Team Up for Wild Fish

    The Wild Steelhead Coalition has partnered with The Osprey to expand its readership and influence, and we would like to invite you to help support that effort by subscribing.

    Category: WSC Updates | Posted by: Paul Moinester | November 13, 2018 | Comments: 0
  • Lee Spencer wins 2018 Wild Steelhead Coalition Conservation Award

    The Wild Steelhead Coalition is excited to announce that Lee Spencer has been awarded the 2018 Wild Steelhead Coalition Conservation Award. Please take a minute to read the speech given to honor Lee’s tremendous dedication to wild steelhead.

    Category: Conservation Award | Posted by: Paul Moinester | October 29, 2018 | Comments: 0
  • Science Friday: How does catch and release affect steelhead?

    For more than two years, Andy Danylchuk and his team of scientists and volunteer anglers worked to conduct a catch and release study on British Columbia’s Bulkley River. We are proud to have financially supported this important effort and is excited to share the interesting results of this important study.

    Category: In the News | Posted by: Paul Moinester | June 29, 2018 | Comments: 0