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    First Salmon, Last Chance

    Spring Chinook are the early returners that are the beating heart of complex food webs that sustain species like the Salish Sea’s resident orcas and center salmon communities like the Yurok and Karuk people of Northern California. In the Pacific Northwest, spring Chinook transcend the iconic. They are our identity. And after 150 years of increasing, unprecedented threats, they are on the brink of extinction.

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    Coast Coho Partnership

    The goal of the Coast Coho Partnership is to accelerate the recovery of Oregon’s two coast coho runs so that wild coho salmon can once again support recreational and commercial fisheries, promoting vibrant coastal communities.