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Fish Trap Journal
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A New Experiment

Research is underway at Oregon’s first fish trap in over 70 years on the lower Columbia River. At present, Wild Fish Conservancy biologists and our

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Fish Trap Journal
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Want to Build a Fish Trap?

In an historic moment in late-April 2021, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Director Kelly Susewind officially announced the agency will designate an

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Fish Trap Journal
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Legalizing Sustainability

By Kurt Beardslee, Executive Director of Wild Fish Conservancy A momentous decision awaits the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) this month as the

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Fish Trap Journal
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New Beginnings

Wild Fish Conservancy (WFC) is pleased to announce the beginning of a new adventure on the lower Columbia River! This winter, pilings were driven in

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Fish Trap Journal
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2020 Research is Complete

Last week, Wild Fish Conservancy (WFC) biologists completed a lengthy coho salmon post-release survival study at the Cathlamet fish trap in the lower Columbia River,

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True Sustainability

Sustainably harvested salmon from the fish trap are now available at Seattle’s most renowned seafood restaurants. In September and October, James Beard award-winning Chef Renee

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2020 Fish Trap Construction Begins

Wild Fish Conservancy’s (WFC) field research team is back on the lower Columbia River near Cathlamet, Washington to advance research of a modified commercial fish

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