While pursuing a better environment and protections for our coldwater fish may require serious attitudes and professional advocacy, we also recognize the importance of celebrating the very fish and habitats we are fighting to protect! Through events like raffles, fly tying and casting courses, celebrations of community and individual art, film festivals, and book readings, we can spread the love and joy of these amazing animals beyond the borders of advocacy!

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This page will list
– Fly fishing related educational events
– Film festivals and films to check out
– Artists, sites of salmon and trout related art
– Authors
– Community celebrations

This page showcases our most pressing current petitions that we would like to encourage advocates for coldwater fish conservation to voice their support for!

Petitions in Washington State
Link to Petition One

Link to Petition Two

Link to Petition Three

Petitions in Other States (primarily focusing on neighboring/nearby states)

Petitions for National Policy

While dams have undeniably been a major part of American history, they have altered many rivers beyond recognition. As their infrastructure ages and their usefulness is outweighed by the cost of maintenance, removing these structures benefits not only the river and its movement of sedime
Snake River Dams
Removing the lower snake river dams would be a vital part in restoring thousands of miles of habitat and ensuring salmon and trout runs for years to come

Elwha Dam Removal

Condit Dam Removal

Other Dam Removals

Take Action

This page showcases our most pressing current petitions that we would like to encourage advocates for coldwater fish conservation to voice their support for!

Petitions in Washington State
Link to Petition One

Link to Petition Two

Link to Petition Three

Petitions in Other States (primarily focusing on neighboring/nearby states)

Petitions for National Policy

Dam Removal

While dams have undeniably been a major part of American history, they have altered many rivers beyond recognition. As their infrastructure ages and their usefulness is outweighed by the cost of maintenance, removing these structures benefits not only the river and its movement of sedime
Snake River Dams
Removing the lower snake river dams would be a vital part in restoring thousands of miles of habitat and ensuring salmon and trout runs for years to come

Elwha Dam Removal

Condit Dam Removal

Other Dam Removals

Invasive Species
Protective Policies
Press & Past News Articles