In memory of Andrew Dutterer’s commitment to wild fish and healthy rivers.
Andrew Dutterer, a beloved husband, father, son, brother, and friend, passed away tragically on September 25, 2021.
In tribute to Andrew’s passion for wild rivers and fish, family and friends established the Andrew D. Dutterer Memorial Fund at Wild Salmon Center to support our ongoing work to restore vital habitat for wild salmon and steelhead in western Oregon.
Wild Salmon Center works with partners up and down the Oregon coast to build watershed-scale restoration plans for iconic rivers like the Nehalem, Elk, and Upper Rogue. These plans prioritize the highest-impact restoration projects in each watershed, to help win public funding and later guide efforts to improve wild fish habitat — including planting streamside vegetation to keep water cool, removing barriers for migrating salmon, and depositing woody debris in rivers to shelter juvenile fish.
Read more about Andrew here, or reach out to WSC with any questions at (971) 255-5562 or email@example.com.
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Wild Salmon Center has received consistently high ratings for sound fiscal management from Charity Navigator. WSC is approved to receive grants through the 1% for the Planet program.