Salmon are a force for nature, economies and communities on our coast and throughout the North Pacific. They are dominant in tribal cultures and traditions that date back thousands of years. They play a primary role in connecting our mountains, rivers and forests to the ocean and to people.
Unfortunately, wild salmon numbers have plummeted on Washington's coast, where their fate is tied to the communities that use them and the waters and forests through which they swim.
With your support, we can restore abundant wild salmon on our coast, by:
- Protecting and restoring healthy forests along our most important coastal salmon rivers.
- Building capacity among our tribal, community and other partners to create and sustain an abundant future.
- Developing new tools for managing marine resources while protecting habitat in our shared ocean waters.
If we act today, we can preserve what we all treasure on our coast: rich traditions, prosperous economies, lush forests, untamed rivers and wild, remote places.
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