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Amy Gulick’s photographs—such as her cover shot—tell stories within the story of The Salmon Way, adding a deeper layer of understanding that words alone can’t always reach. Credit: Amy Gulick.
The Salmon Way
A map from the EPA's 2022 proposed determination shows stream miles that would be affected by greater than 20 percent change in average monthly streamflow in the 2020 Pebble Mine plan, mostly in the North Fork Koktuli River drainage. BBFA comment document
EPA pulls the plug on Pebble Mine
Chinook salmon. NOAA photo.
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The Iron Gate Dam on the Klamath River is one of several expected to be removed in 2024. Credit: Thomas Dunklin/NOAA.
Federal approvals clear way for Klamath River dam removals
The Uyak, a 68-foot crabber, shrimper and salmon tender was designed and built by Fred Wahl Marine Construction and was scheduled to be delivered in January. Fred Wahl Marine Construction photo.
New vessels for crab and salmon from Oregon shipyard
The top 10 National Fisherman stories of 2022
A Bering Sea crew hauls opilio pots. ASMI/Chris Miller photo
Disaster aid for Alaska crab, salmon fisheries in spending bill
Alaska pollock. NMFS photo.
North Pacific council hears renewed demands on bycatch
Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association photo.
Alaska board sets new Bristol Bay net rules
Sockeye salmon. NOAA photo.
Bristol Bay forecast indicates solid run with majority big fish
Fishing one of the most challenging environments in Washington, Leeroy Courville shares the waters with tugs and barges that maneuver around his 32-foot boat while he works. Paul Molyneaux photo.
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