Salmon

  October-November 2018

Size Means Survival for Young Salmon

Part 2 This series was originally published in the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound. An intensive research program in the United States and Canada is studying why so few salmon in the Salish Sea are returning home to spawn. Studies by … Continue reading

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  October-November 2018

Volunteers Celebrate World Fish Migration Day

Volunteers with Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) celebrated Earth Day and World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) with NSEA on April 21. One hundred and eighty stalwart volunteers came to NSEA’s campus to make a difference in the lives of salmon. … Continue reading

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  September 2018

Skookum Creek: Supporting Salmon Life Cycles

The life cycle of the salmon is one to be admired: a consistent rotation of spawning, hatching, feeding, migration and the ultimate end-of-life sacrifice. With its cold, clear waters, Skookum Creek has the potential to provide salmon with the ideal … Continue reading

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  September 2018

Clues Emerging in Salmon Deaths

Editor’s Note: This series was originally published in the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound. An intensive research program in the U.S. and Canada is studying why so few salmon in the Salish Sea are returning home to spawn. Studies by more … Continue reading

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  March 2016

Padden Creek Update: Salmon Stream Sees Daylight After 120 Years

  Editor’s note: This article was originally published Jan. 27, 2016, on the Daily Kos (www.dailykos. com). It has been edited slightly to include updated information. After 120 years, a half-mile length of Padden Creek will once again see the … Continue reading

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