For salmon in the North Pacific, has the ocean reached its limit?
Collected at the tail end of British Columbia’s “silver fever,” hundred-year-old salmon scales are now helping conservation scientists reconstruct and better manage the populations of one of Canada’s most important fish.
California’s Chinook salmon have been losing habitat to agriculture for decades. Now, they’re getting a much-needed boost from strategically flooded fields.
In western Washington, the Tulalip Tribes bet big on beavers.
After more than 30 years, genetically engineered salmon may be coming to a store near you. Is that good or bad news for the planet?
Unlocking the habitat secrets of one of the planet’s most important salmon fisheries—and the specter of industrial development that threatens its very existence
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