Celebrating over 20 years of healthy wild salmon rivers
The mission of Wild Salmon Center is to promote the conservation and sustainable use of wild salmon ecosystems across the Pacific Rim. We identify science-based solutions to sustain wild salmonids and the human communities and livelihoods that depend on them.
The Salmon Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) Partnership launches the first-ever FIP tracker to allow buyers and conservation advocates to verify fisheries’ improvement claims and track the progress of individual fisheries. Launch FIP tracker
Can a fish save the world? That is the question WSC President Guido Rahr posed to a sold-out audience at Portland's TEDx April 27. His talk on Salmon Strongholds challenged us to "redraw the map" on how we approach conservation. Read More.
Want to do more for wild salmon ecosystems? Consider making a gift to WSC today—and help us safeguard vital habitat, promote more sustainable fisheries, and build conservation leadership in salmon-dependent communities across the North Pacific. Make a difference today!
Wild Salmon Center is approved to receive grants through the 1% for the Planet program.
In February, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officially initiated the Clean Water Act 404(c) process to protect Bristol Bay from the proposed Pebble Mine. This announcement came just months after the EPA finalized its Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment confirming that the Pebble Mine would be devastating for Bristol Bay’s wild salmon runs and ecosystems.
This is great news, but the fight is not over. And we need your help to protect Bristol Bay.
A decade of efforts by Wild Salmon Center and partners results in the protection of over 1.2 million acres that will permanently safeguard a rare island ecosystem in its entirety. Read More.
Senator Ron Wyden released his draft bill proposing a long-term solution for the management of 2.1 million acres of federal Oregon and California Lands (“O&C Lands”) in Western Oregon. Read More.
WSC Senior Conservation Biologist Pete Rand joins partners in the ice-cold water of Japan's Sarufutsu River to monitor the endangered and enegmatic sea-run taimen. Read More.