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Tag archive for: Elwha River

  • 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
  • Elwha River Restoration Volunteer Opportunity

    Want to be even more involved in the Elwha Restoration? Now is your chance. There are four days of volunteer opportunities to help in the propagation of plants used to revegetate the newly exposed reservoirs.

    Category: Events | Posted by: | 5/3/12 | Comments: 0
  • Interim Agreement Protects Wild Elwha Steelhead From Hatchery Release

    Non-native hatchery steelhead will not be released into the Elwha River and its tributaries this year, say four conservation groups that earlier this month filed suit against federal agencies and officials of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (in their official capacities) for releases of hatchery fish into the Elwha.

    Category: In the News | Posted by: | 2/24/12 | Comments: 2
  • Suit Filed To Block Elwha Hatchery Programs

    Citing warnings from agency and independent scientists, four conservation groups filed suit today against several federal agencies and officials of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (in their official capacities) for violating the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and ignoring the best available science and threatening the recovery of killer whales, Chinook salmon, and native steelhead by funding and operating fish hatchery programs in the Elwha River.

    Category: In the News | Posted by: | 2/9/12 | Comments: 3
  • Dylan Tomine speech at Elwha River Science Symposium

    Fisherman, and Patagonia ambassador, Dylan Tomine shares his concerns about restocking the Elwha River with non-native, hatchery-raised fish at the Elwha River Science Symposium. The Symposium was held in conjunction with the historic Elwha River dam removal project.

    Category: Film & Video | Posted by: | 2/9/12 | Comments: 0
  • WSC Position on Elwha River Hatcheries

    In September 2011 dam removal began on the Elwha River marking the beginning of the greatest river restoration project in history. Over the next two years, Glines Canyon and Elwha dams will be removed giving salmon access to over 90 miles of habitat, much of which is protected within the…

    Category: WSC Positions | Posted by: | 12/2/11 | Comments: 0