The 2020 Annual Report – Breaking Through – highlights how WSC and partners delivered major wins for clean water, healthy forests, and wild salmon and steelhead in stronghold rivers.
This ambitious, multi-part story series focuses on spring Chinook right as the species nears extinction. We unlock genetic secrets, explore ancient history, meet fascinating people, and interrogate a shattering question: will we be the last humans to live with the first salmon?
A new WSC analysis points to both the imminent need for, and the large opportunity in, Lower Snake River Dam removal.
How will existing salmon strongholds hold up under a new level of climate pressure? Are your fish and rivers ready? Get the Wild Salmon Center framework for climate change resilience.
Published in 2021, this study updates the economic importance of Bristol Bay and underscores the urgency in protecting the region.
Letter denying Pebble a key permit from the Army Corps.
WSC looks at new efforts to understand and restore wild salmon populations’ ability to adapt, with an eye to boost their adaptive superpower in the face of a new threat—climate change.
Breakthrough Forest Bill Passes Oregon Legislature
Special session legislation codifies historic agreement between conservationists and industry, bolsters pesticide protections and sets stage for further forest reform
Members of the Chehalis River Alliance argue that the State of Washington needs to embrace local actions alternatives to a proposed Chehalis Dam, in order to better control flooding and …