We teamed up with retired WDFW scientist Dick Burge to examine how CnR handling practices can impact mortality levels and the potential steroid-hormone changes in fish that damages eggs and fry development.
Our team has been hard at work over the last several months pulling together the final pieces of the Steelhead Country films and an accompanying web campaign, and we’re excited to release the full series in early 2017.
Please join us on December 1st in Seattle for a rally and open house, where you will have the opportunity to speak up and tell the federal government that it is time for the four dams on the Lower Snake River to go!
After years of treating hatchery steelhead as a threat to their wild counterparts, NOAA is pulling a complete 180 and is proposing to protect 18 hatchery steelhead and salmon programs under the Endangered Species Act!
The Chehalis Basin Strategy is an ambitious collection of potential actions to both improve and restore river habitat and reduce flood damage. We are working to ensure that the outcome of this plan benefits wild fish.
We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to restore wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia and Snake rivers, once the greatest salmon rivers in the world. We can do this by removing four outdated and expensive dams on the lower Snake River.