In a massive international and coast-wide decision for wild Chinook and Southern Resident killer whale recovery, Seattle’s federal Court issued a landmark opinion on Tuesday that recommends terminating unsustainable commercial salmon harvest that has persisted for decades until new environmental reviews of those fisheries occur.
Wild Steelhead, Washington’s State Fish, collapsing on the Olympic Peninsula. On August 1, 2022, The Conservation Angler and Wild Fish Conservancy delivered a petition to
This week, conservation organizations Wild Fish Conservancy and The Conservation Angler filed suit against the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for its repeated refusal to follow state environmental laws when setting statewide hatchery policy.
A groundbreaking new ruling from the federal court in Seattle is calling into question the continuation of decades of unsustainable commercial salmon harvest in Southeast Alaska.
Proposal would exchange breaching dams for suspending bedrock environmental laws We strongly support removal of the lower four Snake River dams to rebuild the wild
Environmentalists ask court to block the summer fishing season until NOAA proves the harvest wouldn’t starve endangered Southern Resident killer whales.
On May 3, 2017 the U.S. District Court Judge Salvador Mendoza Jr. issued a judgment and ordered an injunction of the federal fish hatchery at Leavenworth, WA, after ruling in
For more than a century, fisheries managers have tried to replace the dramatic loss of wild salmon and steelhead with manufactured hatchery fish. But now