The development would destroy rivers and wetlands.
by Krista Langlois,
Feb 03, 2014
The world’s longest ongoing salmon research reveals the astounding complexity of wild ecosystems -- and how easily it can be lost.
by Ray Ring,
Dec 02, 2013
Alaska’s Bristol Bay can teach us how to preserve what we still have and to restore what we’ve lost.
by Paul Larmer,
Nov 25, 2013
The issue of whether or not barging salmon around dams is
effective is taken to court.
by Stephen Stuebner,
May 31, 1993
Some of the last surviving salmon-based cultures turn to the EPA to protect their communities.
by Marshall Swearingen,
Jul 22, 2013
Scientists studying eagles on the Chilkat River near Haines worry that nearby mineral exploration may threaten a chum salmon run the migrating raptors rely on, possibly with cross-continent consequences.
by Liza Gross ,
May 27, 2013
The Port Gamble S'Klallam are protecting their treaty rights to fish and shellfish in Port Gamble Bay, using laws to limit development, much to the frustration of timber company-turned-developer Pope Resources.
by Joshua Zaffos,
Dec 03, 2012
Tribal efforts to hold on to heritage and right past wrongs continue in Port Gamble, Washington.
by Sarah Gilman,
Nov 25, 2012
Environmentalists and fishermen have panned past versions of Gov. Jerry Brown's new proposal for water export tunnels, but it might actually help endangered fish.
by Emily Green,
Aug 20, 2012
Some say that Washington’s Forests and Fish rules
could be so hard on small timber farms that the owners are likely
to sell out to development, to the detriment of salmon and other
by Lissa James,
May 16, 2005