A new publication co-authored by WFC’s Adrian Tuohy suggests that a return to historical Indigenous fishing practices and systems of salmon management may be key to revitalizing struggling Pacific Salmon fisheries across the North Pacific.
A groundbreaking new published paper by Wild Fish Conservancy demonstrated survival of salmon and steelhead released from an experimental fish trap on the Columbia River was far higher than rates for any previously tested commercial fishing gears on the Columbia River.
A paper by Wild Fish Conservancy’s Dr. Nick Gayeski proposing a forward-looking, sustainable management approach to global salmon fisheries was published in Fisheries journal.
In a newly published paper, scientists form WFC, Raincoast Conservation Foundation, and the University of Montana propose an alternative ‘place-based’ framework for certifying wild salmon that recognizes the ecological connection between wild salmon and the natal watersheds to which they are locally adapted.
ndependent lab results demonstrate that 100% of escaped Atlantic salmon tested were highly infected with Piscine Orthoreovirus (PRV), and that the strain of the virus is of Norwegian origin.