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70 years after the flood: The devastation of the Nechako Reservoir

Meet the First Nation working hard to turn the tides on a tragic history. Part one of a series.
Tribal fish hatcheries and the road to restoration
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

Tribal hatcheries and the road to restoration

In the US Pacific Northwest, tribal hatcheries uphold Indigenous communities’ treaty rights to salmon, while buying time to rehabilitate lost habitat.
Indigenous guardians reinforcing sovereignty & science
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How Indigenous guardians are reinforcing sovereignty and science

From catching poachers to documenting species to saving lives, guardians all along the B.C. coast are bringing back traditional practices of territorial safeguarding — and filling major knowledge and conservation gaps while they’re at it.

85% of lower Fraser salmon habitat not accessible to fish: study

85% of lower Fraser salmon habitat not accessible to fish: study

Using field manuals from 170 years ago, scientists have identified the monumental impact human development has had on B.C.'s struggling Fraser salmon — and what can be done to reverse it.

Pebble Mine threatens rare salmon

A rare salmon type is in the crosshairs of Alaska’s proposed Pebble Mine

The Koktuli River watershed, potential home of the future open-pit mine, is also home to a distinctive river-type sockeye.

As COVID-19 rises, Alaskans crowd rivers to stock up on wild salmon
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As COVID-19 rises, Alaskans crowd rivers to stock up on wild salmon

This year, for many Alaskans, catching a lot of fish has taken on new urgency because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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