Download Coos Basin SAP for Coho Salmon Recovery > Strategic Action Plans prioritize habitat protection and restoration strategies and projects for independent populations of Oregon Coast (OC) and Southern Oregon/Northern …
This Oregon Department of Forestry public survey covers draft strategies associated with each goal under the draft Western Forest Management Plan, which covers approximately 613,000 acres of state public forests …
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act creates significant funding opportunities to address habitat protection and restoration, water quality and quantity issues, fish passage — roads, dams and tide gates — and the most importantly, to improve the resiliency of watersheds in the face of climate change. Wild Salmon Center has created this summary as a helpful overview of the breadth of funding opportunities that we can collectively bring to bear to make significant improvements for salmon populations.
Should I eat salmon? And if so, what kind? Download our salmon primer.
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.
Download our spring Chinook action plan on steps for saving this iconic species and climate survivor.
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.