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Recent Blog Post

Hatchery salmon are not all the same!

Published 2018-02-08

Photo: Oregon State University Salmon are an important member of the ecosystem, economy, and culture in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. However, over the past several decades, wild populations of salmon in the region have decreased significantly, with many stocks listed as threatened or endangered under the US Endangered Species Act. In the 19th century, hatcheries for salmon were developed and now serve a role in providing salmon and steelhead stock for fisheries and contributing to conservation efforts. Although hatcheries show the potential to have a positive impact,... (more)