Southern Resident orcas need Snake River salmon!

Southern Resident orcas need Snake River salmon!

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Southern Resident orcas need Snake River salmon, and Snake River salmon need a plan. 

Now is the time to take action to restore the Snake River - join us to urge Pacific Northwest leaders to commit to a comprehensive plan to bring back Snake River salmon, a critical source of food for Southern Resident orcas.

No matter where you live, we feel your love for the Southern Residents in the Pacific Northwest.  These orcas are known and beloved throughout the world.  Let Pacific Northwest leaders know you're paying attention - and you want them to act.

Southern Resident orcas need Snake River salmon, and Snake River salmon need a plan. 

Now is the time to take action to restore the Snake River - join us to urge Pacific Northwest leaders to commit to a comprehensive plan to bring back Snake River salmon, a critical source of food for Southern Resident orcas.

No matter where you live, we feel your love for the Southern Residents in the Pacific Northwest.  These orcas are known and beloved throughout the world.  Let Pacific Northwest leaders know you're paying attention - and you want them to act.

Email your Members of Congress to help Southern Resident orcas!

Thank you for speaking up for Southern Resident orcas!  As a Pacific Northwesterner, we’re asking you to send an email directly to our Congressional delegation in support of a collaborative, region-wide effort to restore rivers, recover salmon, and put more food in the ocean for Southern Resident orcas.

The federal agencies are not willing and not able to do all that’s necessary to support communities in a transition ...

Thank you for speaking up for Southern Resident orcas!  As a Pacific Northwesterner, we’re asking you to send an email directly to our Congressional delegation in support of a collaborative, region-wide effort to restore rivers, recover salmon, and put more food in the ocean for Southern Resident orcas.

The federal agencies are not willing and not able to do all that’s necessary to support communities in a transition to a free-flowing Snake River, a vital step in restoring the ecosystem that supports Southern Resident orcas and ourselves.  It’s time for our elected leaders to step up and bring Pacific Northwest communities together to develop a holistic plan that works for all communities – including the Southern Resident orcas.

 

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