• Welcome Caylin Barter

    At a time of volatility on Oregon’s landscape, Wild Salmon Center’s new Water Policy Program Manager joins the team to get more water flowing through the state’s world-class salmon streams. …

  • Welcome Dr. Will Atlas

    Wild Salmon Center’s new salmon watershed scientist brings deep experience working at the nexus of conservation and salmon-centered communities. 

  • Welcome Betsy Krier

    Wild Salmon Center’s new fish habitat specialist will elevate our Cold Water Connection Campaign on Washington’s Olympic Coast.

  • Tim Elder Joins WSC

    As a native of southwest Oregon, Tim is excited to bring the stronghold strategy to the places and rivers he loves.

  • Sloat Named National Geographic Explorer

    A generous grant from the National Geographic Society will continue WSC’s groundbreaking work researching Siberian and Sakhalin taimen, and it makes Dr. Sloat an official “National Geographic Explorer.”