Decades of effort to bolster Nooksack River salmon have been unsuccessful. Much of the river’s watershed has been logged, farmed and paved since the arrival of the first white settlers and now lacks the natural log jams that once provided deep, cold-water pools for migrating fish.
Decades of effort to bolster Nooksack River salmon have been unsuccessful. Much of the river’s watershed has been logged, farmed and paved since the arrival of the first white settlers and now lacks the natural log jams that once provided deep, cold-water pools for migrating fish. Sawaya Photography Getty Images
Decades of effort to bolster Nooksack River salmon have been unsuccessful. Much of the river’s watershed has been logged, farmed and paved since the arrival of the first white settlers and now lacks the natural log jams that once provided deep, cold-water pools for migrating fish. Sawaya Photography Getty Images

‘Any evil you can commit on a river has been done to the Nooksack’

September 11, 2017 5:00 AM