Wild Salmon Center is an international organization with programmatic activities in the Russian Far East, Japan, Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California. The home office is located in Portland, …
Hearings show overwhelming support for conservation areas.
International workshop addresses interactions between wild and hatchery salmon.
Conference explores practical management options for an era of environmental change.
Marine Stewardship Council label awarded to Kamchatka’s Ozernaya River sockeye fishery.
The Board of Forestry approved clearly designating part of Oregon’s state forests as “high value conservation areas.”
New nature trails help people and salmon alike enjoy the Calawah River.
Conservation agenda gaining high-level support in Russia, including protections for fish.
British Columbia’s Harrison River will serve as pilot stronghold.
The purpose of this document is to briefly describe “multi-state and programmatic initiatives”, which can be supported through funds appropriated under the Pacific Salmon Stronghold Conservation Act. The objective is to ensure a shared understanding of the term “programmatic” among Steering Committee members, who will be responsible for evaluating proposals seeking support for programmatic initiatives.