Media Contacts: Kurt Beardslee, Executive Director, 206-310-9301, [email protected] Emma Helverson, Director of Communications, 484-788-1174, [email protected] DECEMBER 17, 2021—In another legal defeat for Cooke
Proposal would breach the four lower Snake River dams at the cost of suspending bedrock environmental laws and exposing communities across the Columbia River basin
WFC’s lawsuit charging WDFW for capturing, holding captive, and killing protected wild summer steelhead without the federal review and approval required for all hatchery programs that affect threatened and endangered species.
On Thursday, in a truly inspiring victory for wild Pacific salmon, orcas, and BC First Nations, the Canadian government agreed to phase out all open
Today, WFC provided notice of our intent to file suit for violations of the Endangered Species Act resulting from WA’s unpermitted operation of a new summer steelhead hatchery program in the Skykomish River.
On November 27th, the Bainbridge Island City Council passed an official resolution declaring support for the Taking Back Our Sound campaign, Wild Fish Conservancy’s competing
WFC bids to lease sites for conservation and public access The fifteen-year leases that have authorized the commercial net pen aquaculture industry to pollute and
Overharvest of Chinook salmon in S.E. Alaska threatens the coast-wide survival of wild salmon, Southern Resident killer whales, and coastal fishing communities For more information,
The Conservation Angler, Wild Fish Conservancy, Snake River Waterkeeper, Friends of the Clearwater, and Idaho Rivers United yesterday sent notice of their intent to sue officials of the Idaho Department of Fish & Game (“IDFG”) and Idaho Fish & Game Commission (“Commission”) under the Endangered Species Act (“ESA”) for allowing sport fisheries that harm and prevent the recovery of wild Snake River Basin steelhead, including the iconic but critically low wild B-run steelhead.
The agencies have finally begun formal consultation under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) to evaluate the potential harm caused by Atlantic salmon net pens in Puget Sound.
Wild Fish Conservancy files suit against Cooke Aquaculture to hold the company accountable for violations of the Clean Water Act resulting from the collapse of one of the company’s open water marine net pens near Cypress Island in Washington’s Puget Sound.
A lawsuit challenging federal agencies continued dismissal of the harmful effects of commercial net pen aquaculture to threatened and endangered species in Puget Sound