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Welcome to the Great Wild Salmon Run.

I'd like to introduce myself. I'm Dr. Salmagundi, the Great Wild Salmon Run spokesfish.

From time to time, I will be posting blog entries as well as links to articles you might find interesting. Over the next 18 months, I'll keep you posted on what's happening.

The Great Wild Salmon Run is all about helping regional nonprofits working to save Wild Salmon.

In the Puget Sound, we know Wild Salmon is a cultural cornerstone. The health of Wild Salmon is directly tied to clean water, healthy forests, habitat protection and species diversity, Wild Salmon are abundant when all of these are in place.

If there was ever any question of the importance of saving Wild Salmon stock, this sobering piece is important reading. Never eat farmed salmon.

Genetically Altered Salmon Set to Move Closer to Your Table -

Doctor Salmagundi the Spokesfish

Like people, Wild Salmon need clean air, cool clear water, protected habitat and good food. We at the Great Wild Salmon Run are working to support groups that are doing just that. Join us.

Migrating Wild Salmon at Dagger Falls on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River

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You can help. Join us.


The Great Wild Salmon Run is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible.
Thank you for your support.

The GWSR is non-profit dedicated to supporting Wild Salmon through the display of public art and the auction of original art featuring salmon, with proceeds going to benefit those working to protect, restore, educate and support wild salmon.

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