What Will You Do To Keep Snake River Salmon Spawning?
There are not many issues that people can agree on. But for 20 years, a diverse coalition of commercial, sport and recreational fishing groups, outdoor industry businesses, conservation organizations, and clean energy and taxpayer advocates have joined forces to save a icon of the American West — Snake River salmon.
These fish are bad ass. Snake River sockeye have the most epic migration of any salmon on Earth — swimming more than 900 miles inland and climbing nearly 7,000 feet in elevation to spawn in the rugged Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho. That’s right folks — these fish do it at altitude!
So, what will you do to keep Snake River salmon spawning? Between Dec. 1 and Dec. 21, give us your best answer to that question.
How to enter:
* Answer the question by leaving a comment on the Save Our Wild Salmon Facebook page or…
* Tweet your answer with the hashtag #salmondoit on Twitter!
On Dec. 21, we’ll randomly choose who will win an Osprey Pack filled with 5 pounds of wild smoked salmon! Can’t get much better than that!