By restoring salmon streams, The Nature Conservancy is helping to keep salmon runs healthy for nature and people.
For the Haida people of Alaska, the yearly return of the salmon sustains a timeless tradition. Watch Video
In this audio slideshow, photographer Clark James Mishler shares his experiences along the Nushagak River while photographing projects for The Nature Conservancy. Watch video
In Alaska, nature and local economies run on salmon. The Nature Conservancy assists private and public landowners in restoring salmon habitat for the benefit of nature and people. Watch video
Based in Portland, Oregon, Portugal. The Man is a rock band first founded in Wasilla, Alaska. They support The Nature Conservancy and the All Hands on Earth Music movement, where we're uniting millions for a healthy planet. Watch video
At Salmon Camp in Alaska's Bristol Bay, young people gather to learn salmon science and make art. In this video, learn how to make a salmon print with The Nature Conservancy.
A Haida elder bestows a new name on a restored salmon stream. Watch video
Since his time in the Bristol Bay Fly-Fishing and Guide Academy in 2008, Reuben has become a fly-fishing guide in Bristol Bay. He was back at the Academy in 2011 as an instructor helping the next group of potential guides learn the ropes. Watch video
Each summer, kids in Alaska's Bristol Bay gather for a unique summer camp experience celebrating nature and wild salmon. The Nature Conservancy is proud to support the celebration of wild salmon at the annual Salmon Camp.
Reviving rivers choked by logging roads and silt. Watch video
Preserving Alaska's sustainable commercial fishing industry. Watch video
Ensuring protection for the world's largest salmon run at the site of a proposed mine. Watch video