How do we protect those beautiful places that sustain us, in the face of a changing climate?
Wild Salmon Center is strengthening salmon strongholds from Russia to California, by focusing on wild fish diversity, cold water, and river complexity. Read our 2015 Annual Report online and follow links below to highlighted stories from the report.
Clean Water in Oregon for Salmon
Working with local landowners and watershed groups on the Oregon Coast to increase stream buffers and improve water quality. Read More.
Cooling Down Coastal Rivers
Entering into the next phase of conservation on the Washington Coast by connecting fish to coldwater reaches. Read More. Read More.
Hydropower That Respects Salmon
Finding a path in Alaska to reliable clean energy and resilient salmon streams. Read More.
Glaciers, Hot Water, and Steely Steelhead
Here are three WSC science projects that are building our understanding of salmon resilience in a changing climate. Read More.
Click link below to download pdf of 2015 Annual Report.