SAVE OUR SALISH SEA
If We Don’t Act Now It May Be Too Late!
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- Check Out Fun Events and Meet Our Amazing Community
- Read What YOU Can Do For Our Beautiful Salish Sea
Our mission at Salish Center is to educate people about the fragility of the Salish Sea. We intend through our direct strategic action, to do the work, fund the activities and create the political will to do the things that will help restore and protect the sea creatures living here. Through our work for Salish Sea conservation, we will encourage the viability and expansion of reefnet fishing and all selective and sustainable fishing practices, resulting in strengthening our salmon runs. This in turn will allow the survival of our southern resident orcas along with all interdependent species, with the goal of making the Salish Sea the most sustainable salmon fishing region in the world.
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Come Hear Our Success Stories!
A Salish Sea Crab Feast on the Beach—Crabbing and Dinner Event
More than a wonderful dinner—You are part of procuring and preparing!
- Hear amazing stories
- Get out on the water and go crabbing
- Enjoy your meal at the beach with like-minded friends
- Find out what’s happening behind the scenes
- Join our community, and have fun!
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- Surround yourself with like-minded people that love our oceans, rivers and Northwest bounty
- Come to the next Meet & Greet and learn more about us
- Receive an invitation to a Member Only Dinner in the fall. We’ll celebrate our accomplishments and look to the new year
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Today We are Encouraging Habitat Restoration and Repopulation of our Beautiful Salish Sea!
It is no secret that the once pristine Salish Sea is struggling—industrial development, environmental pollution, and irresponsible fishing methods have led to loss of habitat for our irreplaceable sea creatures. Our southern resident orcas, the heart and soul of this region, are threatened with starvation and even extinction, and our salmon populations are in critical decline, threatening the future of our salmon fishing industry. But by working together towards the conservation of the Salish Sea through responsible fishing practices, we can change this!
Be a Part of Saving Our Salish Sea
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and all donations, including cryptocurrency, are tax deductible. You can now be an integral part of saving the art of reefnetting for future generations, and in doing so make a difference to our salmon, our orcas, and the Salish Sea itself. By donating to the Salish Center, you can help us succeed in our goals for the coming year.