Business Heroes for Save Our wild Salmon
Most business leaders recognize that healthy lands and waters and fish and wildlife are an important ingredient for a healthy, dynamic economy. This is especially true in 'salmon country', where abundant fish and the heathy rivers they depend upon draw visitors from across the nation and support many thousands of jobs in urban and rural communities.
Save Our wild Salmon is honored to work with many businesses in the Northwest and across the country. Our businesses allies lend their support in many ways including in-kind gifts, financial contributions, public endorsements, event support, and outreach to the public and elected officials.
To add your business or organization to our list of sponsors and supporters, please contact us.
Please give these businesses your business! Some offer great "stuff" like clothes or coffee, others offer experiences - fishing and whale-watching trips, or delicious dinners. All are all top-notch companies with top-notch products. And let them know that you appreciate their support of SOS!
Patagonia (Ventura, CA)
Duke's Seafood and Chowder (7 Puget Sound locations)
Emerald Water Anglers (Seattle, WA)
Sawyers Paddles & Oars (Gold Hill, OR)
Idaho River Adventures (Lewiston, ID)
Western Prince Whale and Wildlife Tours (Friday Harbor, WA)
San Juan Safaris Wildlife and Whale-Watching (Friday Harbor, WA)
Wild River Fishing Guides (Seattle, WA)
Steelhead Diner (Seattle, WA)
Fremont Brewing Company (Seattle, WA)
Eco Depot (Spokane, WA)
Juniper Ridge Wilderness Perfume (Berkeley, CA)
SQN Sport (Ketchum, ID)
Middle Fork Lodge (In the heart of the wilderness, ID)
Coastal Trollers Association (Bellingham, WA)
Monterey Fish Market, Inc. (Berkeley, CA)
Waterbrook Wines (Yakima, WA)
Jensen's Old-fashioned Smokehouse (Seattle, WA)
Kop Construction (Spokane, WA)
Fishhawk Fisheries (Astoria, OR)
Sante Restaurant (Spokane, WA)
Sierra Nevada Brewing (Chico, CA)
Boundary Bay Brewery (Bellingham, WA)
Sage (Bainbridge Island, WA)
Mother's Bistro (Portland, OR)
Special thanks to our photographer-supporters who have lent many images for this website:
Go here for a list of businesses and others that support a new approach to salmon restoration on the Columbia/Snake that engages stakeholders and includes removal of the high-cost, low-value dams on the lower Snake River.