Monday, June 21, 2010

June Hog edition!

Wild Salmon & Steelhead News - June 2010
june.hog We have a whopper of an update for you this month.  Okay, maybe not as big as that guy over there -> but close.  We've got reactions to President Obama's salmon plan, a great story from Daniel Jack Chasan, an important update on Washington State's efforts seeking leadership from their senators, and this month we celebrate a key member of the marine ecosystem - the orca. 
Read on...

Note: Pictured here is one of the legendary June Hogs, the largest salmon ever caught in the Columbia River and maybe the world. Some fish grew to three to four feet in length and weighed 75-100 pounds. These salmon were wiped out with the completion of Grand Coulee Dam in 1938. Photo courtesy of the Columbia River Maritime Museum.

Communities around the Northwest and nation express disappointment with another do-nothing plan.

Are you listening, Senators Murray and Cantwell? 

National Geographic launches new interactive website, highlights the incredible migration of the one-of-a-kind Snake River salmon.
Business and community leaders in Washington State make public call for leadership in Snake River salmon crisis

Partners in Washington state work to recover Southern Resident Killer Whales of the Puget Sound

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