About Riley Starks

Riley is the founder and Executive Director of the Salish Center for Sustainable Fishing Methods. Its goal is to educate the public about the fragility of the Salish Sea, the reefnet fishing industry, and the advantages of using sustainable fishing methods.

Making Reefnet Fishing the Primary Method for Harvesting Salmon in the Salish Sea

By |2022-04-01T11:29:50-07:00March 30, 2022|Categories: Reefnet fishing, Sustainability, Sustainable fishing methods, Uncategorized|

The Case for Making Reefnet Fishing the Primary Method for Harvesting Salmon in the Salish Sea Reefnet fishing for salmon is the oldest salmon net [...]

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History Tells Us We Can be Successful at Habitat Restoration

By |2022-03-31T21:07:22-07:00March 18, 2022|Categories: Crab Fishing, Crab populations, Habitat Restoration, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |

History Tells Us We Can be Successful at Habitat Restoration How do we know we can be successful at this? Because we have done [...]

A Virtual Auction for the Salish Sea

By |2022-03-24T09:46:39-07:00March 15, 2022|Categories: Auction, crab dinner, Fundraiser, Uncategorized|

A Virtual Auction for the Salish Sea Virtual Auction Coming Sometime this Summer – Stay Tuned Here is an Example of our 2019 Virtual Auction [...]

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Catching Chinook Salmon to Feed the Orca Whales

By |2022-03-24T12:11:27-07:00August 11, 2018|Categories: Orca whales, Reefnet fishing, Sockeye salmon|Tags: , , , , |

Catching Chinook Salmon to Feed the Orca Whales First Fishing Day, 2018The day started with wispy fog along the water and shore of Lummi Island. Gradually sockeye [...]

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