Wild Steelhead Forever

Recent news that 2021 chinook salmon runs on the Nooksack River in Washington State have all died due to an algae in historically low and hot river water, does not bode well for any of the Pacific Northwest salmon species, including wild steelhead.

Many good efforts have gone toward saving wild steelhead around Puget Sound, but there are few success stories to report. Here is one of the best articles ever written about the subject, albeit a decade ago, published in The Adipose, newsletter of the Wild Steelhead Coalition. For a short time, I was newsletter editor for the publication and redesigned the newsletter entirely.

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