I am proud to be associated with a variety of organizations that help support wild fish, conservation and education about the places and things I find so important
Taiman Fund / Wild Salmon Center
Saving Mongolia's (and the world's) Taimen
After being invted on an expedition in Mongolia fishing for taimen I was incredibly interested in helping in any way I could to help preserve one of the most magnificent fish I've ever seen. The Taimen Fund was recently transferred to the Wild Salmon Center, who does amazing work for salmon, steelhead and taimen around the world. Take a look at them and support them: Wild Salmon Center
Northwest Artists Against Extinction / Wild Salmon Center
Artists making a difference to help salmon, steelhead and orcas
NWAAE is a creative collaboration between artists and advocates to build public support - and political leadership - to restore the lower Snake River and its imperiled wild salmon and steelhead.
Northwest Artists Against Extinction support bold urgent action to protect wild salmon and steelhead from extinction and to restore them to abundance. Northwest Artists Against Extinction
Trout Unlimited Lower Snake River Ambassador
Campaign to Restore Snake River salmon
I am proud to be a part of group focused on enhancing awareness of the faltering salmon and steelhead runs on the Snake and Salmon Rivers. We working together for the opportunity to restore the lower Snake River and recover endangered salmon and steelhead.
In the face of looming extinctions, decades of litigation, escalating costs and calls for justice, Washington State’s U.S. Senator Patty Murray and Governor Jay Inslee and Biden Administration officials in Washington D.C. committed to work urgently with Northwest people to develop and deliver a comprehensive solution to protect and recover Snake River salmon and invest in the region's communities. Trout Unlimited Restore the Snake
Honor Our Wild Salmon
Patagonia - Seattle
In honor of orca month and the complex ecosystems on which our resident orcas depend, Patagonia Seattle has partnered withNorthwest Artists Against ExtinctionandSave Our wild Salmon Coalitionto bring a limited number of artworks from the recentHonor People and Salmonexhibit at the Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound to the walls of the Patagonia, Seattle, retail store
We are a conservation community working to keep Idaho the kind of special place you experienced as a child and to protect it for the next generation of children.
The Idaho Conservation League’s Artist in Residence program explores the nexus of art and nature. Launched in 2013 and now on its eighth artist, the program shares the beauty of the places we work to protect and tells stories of Idaho in creative new ways.
Keep Fish Wet promotes the use of science-based best practices to catch, handle, and release fish.
Science shows that even small changes in how an angler catches, handles, and releases a fish can have positive outcomes once that fish swims away. Not only does using best practices increase survival rates of fish, but it also helps fish return to their normal behavior as quickly as possible after release. Using best practices for catch-and-release is a quick and effective way to put conservation in to practice.