by Jim Lichatowich, Rick Williams, Bill Bakke, Jim Myron, David Bella, Bill McMillan, Jack Stanford and David Montgomery Salmon are a part of nature’s trust, which creates a special obligation for the governmental agencies charged with their management. They must act as trustees of the wild salmon and protect them consistent with the long-standing public trust … Continue reading Wild Pacific Salmon: A Threatened Legacy
Selected Notes from the study Kusche_et_al-2017 Selecting against late maturing salmonids that may be important for conservation and recovery of Pacific salmon and steelhead. This is an issue that needs to be included in review comments on U.S. v OR DEIS. Selecting Against Late Maturing Salmonids Kusche, Henrik, Guillaume Côté, Cécilia Hernandez, Eric Normandeau, Damien Boivin-Delisle, … Continue reading Selected Notes from the study Selecting Against Late Maturing Salmonids
Bill Bakke reviews and writes about scientific research on wild salmonids and other wild fishes. This work helps illuminate the research findings for a better understanding of the animal and the policy implications for their management.. He has published the Conservation and Science Report for more than twenty years, and these past reports are found in the archives here.