Oregon's North Coast forests are the home to many salmon strongholds. The Wilson, Trask, and Nehalem rivers flow from the upland forests of the Coast Range out coastal bays and estuaries, providing important spawning, rearing, and resting habitat for salmon and steelhead.
Help us ensure that these forests and estuaries are managed in ways that protect salmon strongholds and enhance overall watershed health as the Department of Forestry and Global Warming Commission develop long-term management plans for these areas over the next year.
Fill out the form below to be a North Coast Defender. You'll receive alerts to take action and stand up for North Coast rivers and fishing opportunities directly to your email. This includes opportunities to contact commissioners and elected representatives, attend or provide testimony at public meetings, or write letters to your local paper to raise awareness about the need to protect salmon habitat so we can continue fishing for salmon and steelhead in these rivers for years to come.
Questions? Contact Tamsin Fleming, our Operations Coordinator, at TFleming@anws.org.