Skeena LNG Map – Large

The gas facility planned for the Skeena River estuary in British Columbia could collapse salmon runs. See the scope of the proposed project.

Skeena LNG Map

The gas facility planned for the Skeena River estuary in British Columbia could collapse salmon runs. See the scope of the proposed project.

Alaska Susitna Dam Map

The proposed Susitna mega-dam would threaten 40,000 acres of prime hunting and recreation wilderness near Denali National Park above the dam, and threaten salmon rearing, migratory, and spawning habitat below the dam. See the scope of the proposed project.

Biodiversity of the Kol River Basin

In 2006, the first regional salmon refuge in the world was created within the boundaries of the watersheds of the Kol and Kekhta Rivers in western Kamchatka – the result of successful international cooperation. This is the first comprehensive description of species diversity of aquatic and riparian plants, insects, fish, amphibians, birds, and mammals for a single river in Kamchatka.

Frank Moore Wild Steelhead Sanctuary Testimony: Ed Bowles

“Frank Moore is a hero. Frank’s humble and soft-spoken demeanor belies a lifetime of passionate and effective stewardship of Oregon’s wild steelhead and their habitats. His legendary prowess as a fly fisherman has mentored generations into the sustainable use and enjoyment of this great resource.”

Frank Moore Wild Steelhead Sanctuary Testimony: Pacific Rivers and WSC

“We are proud to support and honor an American war veteran and legendary steward of the North Umpqua River – Frank Moore. Nothing could be more fitting than to recognize this great American’s accomplishments by protecting the Steamboat Creek watershed, which is arguably the most important tributary to the North Umpqua River.”

WSC Program Sites: Protecting Salmon Across the Pacific Rim

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. This map details where we work, from the west coast of North America to Japan and the Russian Far East.