salmon

A sockeye salmon swims in Redfish Lake.

Who Was Lonesome Larry?

Summer is at its peak, bringing with it soaring temperatures and relentless heat. In recent years, we’ve shattered heat records across the Northwest. Not surprisingly, people are thinking about climate …

NW Forging a Collaborative Course of Action for Snake River Salmon

Hot water is killing cold-water fish. This isn’t news. Scientists have agreed for some time that warming river temperatures are a critical threat to Columbia and Snake River salmon. What …

My Son, the Sock Guy for the Sockeye

It’s our default setting. We tend to look to adults to effect the change we see needed in the world. What if we were to look to kids instead? Kids …

Plant with a Purpose: Help Protect Salmon Habitat with Your Garden

Salmon are marathon swimmers, transitioning from freshwater streams to the ocean, and back again. To reach their destinations they often face—and miraculously overcome!—staggering obstacles. They climb fish ladders to push …

Protecting Wildlife, Fish, and Forests as We Transition to Clean…

The Naturals: Snake River Sockeye Salmon

Salmon migration: Showing the way toward a healthy ecology

Salmon for Chummies

Scale up your knowledge with these 5 facts Salmon are a well-known fish, showing up in streams, rivers, and restaurants around the country…but how much do you really know about …

Finding Common Ground, Share Solutions for Lower Snake River Salmon, Communities

Our shared interests in Washington and throughout the Columbia and Snake River Basins are greater than the issues that divide us. In fact, a new report from Governor Jay Inslee …

Save What You Love: Filmmaker Mark Titus Focuses His Lens on Endangered Wild Salmon Runs

“Once we were so many we couldn’t be counted.” This takeaway message in the 2014 documentary feature, The Breach, is a poignant reminder when we consider collapsing salmon runs in …

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