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Key Issue: Steelhead Hatcheries

  • Skagit Initiative Update – Fall 2013

    An update of our Skagit Initiative work from the fall of 2013…

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 11/20/13 | Comments: 1
  • Elwha Advocacy Update

    The latest from our Elwha River litigation and the next steps in the process.

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 4/24/13 | Comments: 0
  • Comment on hatchery plans for Lower Columbia

    Take two minutes to send comments to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and let them know it is time to stop our hatchery steelhead addiction and move toward wild steelhead recovery.

    Category: Action Alerts | Posted by: | 9/14/12 | Comments: 9
  • Update: Suit to block Elwha hatchery programs

    As most are aware, dam removal on the Elwha River presents one of the greatest salmonid recovery opportunities in the United States. A Fish Restoration Plan was designed to expedite commercial salmon harvests through large-scale hatchery production, but the levels of hatchery production proposed would greatly impede the recovery of wild-producing salmonids (along with the poorly designed monitoring and adaptive management protocols for the hatchery programs).

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 7/7/12 | Comments: 0
  • Forks Creek hatchery study

    A new study reveals that segregated hatcheries may in fact be ineffective at minimizing the impacts on wild steelhead populations.

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 7/6/12 | Comments: 0
  • Historical Abundance of Puget Sound steelhead

    The Puget Sound steelhead , Oncorhynchus mykiss, was listed as threatened under the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 2007, prompting the initiation of recovery planning.  Recovery planning requires, ultimately, the identification of conditions under which the “evolutionary significant unit” (ESU) can be considered to have been recovered and subsequently removed from the list of threatened and endangered species (“de-listed”).

    Category: Newsletter Articles | Posted by: | 7/6/12 | Comments: 0