Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast   /   S02E67 Save Our Wild Salmon With Joseph Bogaard

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Description

Rob interviews Joseph Bogaard of Save Our Wild Salmon (SOS). They discuss damn removal, salmonid and orca conservation, and much more. SOS is a coalition of northwest and national conservation organizations, recreational and commercial fishing associations, clean energy and orca advocates, businesses and citizens committed to protecting and restoring abundant, self-sustaining fishable populations of salmon and steelhead to the Columbia-Snake River Basin for the benefit of people and ecosystems. Produced by Jason Reif of Freestone Media

Summary

Rob interviews Joseph Bogaard of Save Our Wild Salmon (SOS). SOS is a coalition of northwest and national conservation organizations, recreational and commercial fishing associations, clean energy and orca advocates, businesses and citizens committed to protecting and restoring abundant, self-sustaining fishable populations of salmon and steelhead to the Columbia-Snake River Basin for the benefit of people and ecosystems. Produced by Jason Reif of Freestone Media

Subtitle
Rob interviews Joseph Bogaard of Save Our Wild Salmon (SOS). They discuss damn removal, salmonid and orca conservation, and much more. SOS is a coalition of northwest and national conservation organizations, recreational and commercial fishing...
Duration
01:13:55
Publishing date
2018-01-29 22:26
Link
http://flyfishingconsultant.libsyn.com/s02e67-save-our-wild-salmon-with-joseph-bogaard
Contributors
Rob Snowhite author  
Enclosures
FFC_Save_our_Salmon.mp3?dest-id=296038

Shownotes

Rob interviews Joseph Bogaard of Save Our Wild Salmon (SOS). They discuss damn removal, salmonid and orca conservation, and much more.

SOS is a coalition of northwest and national conservation organizations, recreational and commercial fishing associations, clean energy and orca advocates, businesses and citizens committed to protecting and restoring abundant, self-sustaining fishable populations of salmon and steelhead to the Columbia-Snake River Basin for the benefit of people and ecosystems.

Produced by Jason Reif of Freestone Media