Workers gather salmon at a Pacific American Fisheries fish trap near Neptune Beach around 1905. Washington voters banned the use of fish traps in 1934, but the the Wild Fish Conservancy received permission to operate a fish trap in a two-year experiment funded largely by state and federal grants aimed at protecting wild salmon.
Workers gather salmon at a Pacific American Fisheries fish trap near Neptune Beach around 1905. Washington voters banned the use of fish traps in 1934, but the the Wild Fish Conservancy received permission to operate a fish trap in a two-year experiment funded largely by state and federal grants aimed at protecting wild salmon. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Workers gather salmon at a Pacific American Fisheries fish trap near Neptune Beach around 1905. Washington voters banned the use of fish traps in 1934, but the the Wild Fish Conservancy received permission to operate a fish trap in a two-year experiment funded largely by state and federal grants aimed at protecting wild salmon. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Fish traps for Columbia River salmon get another look

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