Tag archive for: wild steelhead gene banks
This month, WDFW designated the Elwha and Nisqually rivers as Wild Steelhead Gene Banks, which is welcome news, but the entire Skagit should be designated as well.
We did it! The Grays and Chinook rivers are Washington’s newest Wild Steelhead Gene Bank thanks to your support and work.
Help make the Grays and Chinook Rivers Washington’s next Wild Steelhead Gene Bank.
Support the Grays and Chinook Rivers as Washington’s Next Wild Steelhead Gene Bank! On January 21st from 6:00-8:00 PM, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will hold a public meeting in Cathlamet, WA to discuss the two options for the state’s next Wild Steelhead Gene Bank. WDFW will be…
Help protect and recover threatened populations of wild steelhead in once prolific Puget Sound rivers by telling Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to establish strong, effective wild steelhead gene banks.