A lot of people think the amount of salmon in the Pacific Northwest is limited.
But what if the ocean is actually getting much more than it is?
This summer, the Northwest Coast was hit with a massive, catastrophic wave of salmon die-offs.
In fact, a massive wave of fish die-off occurred over two weeks last year, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS).
The salmon are dying off in all of our rivers, streams and oceans.
They are not being caught in our rivers or in our waters, and they are dying.
They aren’t going to be caught in the streams.
That’s a huge, huge problem, because they are going to go right up the food chain and up into the oceans, and we have to do something about it.
This is the problem.
If we don’t do something now, we are going a long way toward having salmon disappear from the Pacific.
The U.N. says that salmon are one of the most critically endangered species in the world, and the salmon populations are being severely impacted by a changing climate.
The U.K. government also says that there are now just a handful of salmon remaining in the ocean.
The Washington State Department of Fish and Game (WSDG) says that the salmon are losing an estimated 50 percent of their genetic diversity.
This year, there were 546 salmon-related deaths.
In 2017, there was 638, according a WSDG report.
So what are you doing to save the salmon?
We’re going to try to take them out of the ocean and into the rivers and streams and into our oceans, to do what we know is best for salmon, because the fish are so important to us.
There are many ways that you can help save salmon.
You can use the hashtag #savesalmon on Twitter to show your support for the salmon.
You can also help by donating to the WSDGs salmon-fishing program.
The WSDGC has also set up a GoFundMe page to help salmon and the marine fisheries.
If you have questions about salmon or your salmon-fish supply, the WSRP is a great resource for you.