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Bulkley River Catch and Release Study Update
Below is a preliminary update focused on the physiology and tracking elements of the Bulkley River steelhead catch and release study that Native Fish...
We Are One: The Salmon Banner Project
In a year when many of the wild salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest are in dire condition, there is no better time to remind one another that the future of...
Click here to view our May 2017 Redd it e-newsletter.
Wild Rivers Campaign
Just seven miles upstream from River Steward Dave Lacey’s home in southern Oregon a foreign owned mining company was quietly working to develop a nickel strip mine on public...
Last month the Oregon State Senate passed the Suction Dredge Reform Bill (SB 3-A Engrossed) with a vote of 21-9 to send it over to the Oregon House of Representatives, a move that would establish...
Legit Wild Steelhead Gene Banks Long Overdue for Puget Sound
Native fish advocates around Puget Sound celebrated last August, when the Nisqually and Elwha rivers were set aside...
Dave Carpenter, North Santiam River Steward and fishing guide, has written to just about everyone he can think of, trying to figure out what can be done to protect winter steelhead in his home...
Click here to view our April 2017 Redd It newsletter.
District Coordinators help to coordinate local efforts on behalf of the Native Fish Society, aid River Steward's work in their watersheds, and help identify conservation needs within their...
In 2010, Native Fish Society began a grassroots campaign, Save Sandy Salmon, spearheaded by River Steward Spencer Miles. This led to a lawsuit two years later, Native Fish Society v. National...