Category archive for: WSC Updates
The Wild Steelhead Coalition was honored to donate a brand new raft, oars, trail cameras, and spotting scopes to the WDFW Law Enforcement Program on the Olympic Peninsula to support their critical efforts to defend and protect our shared natural resources in that vast, wild landscape.
Cooke Aquaculture’s proposed steelhead net pens could have major repercussions on Washington’s wild steelhead populations and must be more thoroughly reviewed before any approval is provided. The following is the Wild Steelhead Coalition’s comments on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Draft State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA) documents.
Donate now to preserve and protect an important piece of new public land on the lower Grande Ronde River, one of the country’s great steelhead rivers.
Wild steelhead on the Humptulips River regained important protections this year when Selective Gear Rules were reinstated for the month of March.
Wild Steelhead Coalition urges WDFW to keep popular catch and release fishery open, calls on legislators to fully fund Fish and Wildlife. “We’re deeply disappointed to learn that the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife is planning to cut the iconic Skagit River steelhead season,” said Rich Simms, Wild Steelhead…
After years of hard work, we are now inching closer to passing suction dredge mining reform legislation (SB 5322), which would ban suction dredge mining in ESA-designated “critical habitat” for steelhead, salmon, and bull trout.