Pictures and reports from past SOS events.
Hot time summer in Salt Lake City
This summer’s Outdoor Retailer show was hot – in all ways possible. It’s always great to check in with all of the companies and athletes that help raise awareness and funding for Save Our Wild Salmon and other conservation efforts either directly or through the great work of the Conservation Alliance.
What’s more, these leaders help carry a simple but essential message to policy-makers: healthy salmon and healthy rivers mean business and jobs for communities across the country. Behold, some photos from the show:
Turning 20 in 2012- Post-Party Wrap
On Thursday, April 19, we celebrated our 20th anniversary at the KEEN Footwear headquarters in Portland, OR, and we had so much fun.
Guests were able to purchase Klean Kanteen cups featuring our 20th anniversary logo. They were also able to enter to win some fabulous raffle prizes, enjoy some humorous games and activities (featuring cornhole with our plush salmon), and sign their names in support of action for wild salmon.
A short program featured some great words from Rebecca Miles of the Nez Perce Tribe, KEEN CEO James Curleigh, State Representative Jules Bailey, author Steven Hawley, and Chief of Fisheries for the State of Oregon, Ed Bowles.
Salmon Rally in Portland - May 26, 2009
Scores of salmon and fishing advocates, many with their boats in tow, gathered outside of the DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, Oregon, where Obama Administration officials met to determine the fate of the Bush-era salmon plan for the Columbia & Snake Rivers.
Obama folks: We're Glad You're Here!
Let's Talk About Salmon!
Take a look at the some more pictures from the rally...
Art Contest Winners
More than 300 students from across the nation entered Save Our Wild Salmon’s first-ever Celebrate Wild Salmon youth art contest. From New England to the South, from the Midwest to the West Coast and Alaska, the message is clear — America’s youth love salmon.