Archived News and Program Updates
- June, 2007 Working Towards Protected Area Status for Salmon Strongholds in Kamchatka
- October 15, 2006 As featured in the New York Times, the government of Kamchatka announced they are working to designate seven tracts of wilderness as salmon-protected areas. Encompassing nine entire rivers and more than six million acres, the protected watersheds would be dedicated to producing wild salmon for food, profit, recreation and scientific study, and as a genetic reserve of one of the world's most commercially and culturally important fish.
- July, 2006 - Trip report Wild Salmon Center's President & CEO visits Kamchatka program site.
- July - August, 2006Kamchatka Scientist Disseminates Results
- March - April, 2006Oil and Gas exploration in Kamchatka
- November, 2004Report on the Kamchatka Steelhead Project
- July - August, 2004Wild Salmon Center Leads Effort to Save One of Pacific's Most Productive Salmon Rivers
- Augsut, 2003Wild Salmon Center and United Nations to Conserve Four Vital Kamchatka Rivers
- December, 2002Kamchataka Fishing Expedition Photo Gallery - 2
- December, 2002Kamchataka Fishing Expedition Photo Gallery - 1