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Save the Date! Our 2017 Benefit Dinner is April 20 in Seattle

Please join us for Salish Stories: Fish Tales and Sea Shanties, our 2017 Benefit Dinner, on Thursday, April 20, at Sodo Park, in Seattle. Here is a preview of this year’s event:

  • LLTK Founder and Board Chairman Jim Youngren will be honored with our Lifetime Achievement Award in Salmon Conservation
  • Incredible live and silent auction items including Husky football tickets!
  • Salmon stories from the LLTK community
  • A peek at our brand new Survive the Sound campaign
  • More details to come!

 

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

  • Sponsorship opportunities are available! To learn more, contact Daniel Poppe at 206.382.9555, x21, or email dpoppe@lltk.org. You may also download a Sponsorship Benefits Sheet.
  • View photos from last year’s Benefit Dinner here.

Now Available Online: Our 2016 Annual Report

2016-Printed-Annual-Report2016 marked our 30th year of work to restore wild salmon and steelhead and provide sustainable fishing in the Pacific Northwest.

It was a year of growth, new project work, and celebratory anniversary events. We hosted our first ever VIP fishing derby, forged new partnerships, launched impressive new initiatives, and more.

Read about some of what we accomplished in 2016, and the entities that partnered with us, in our 2016 Digital Annual Report.

 

A Special Message from LLTK Board Member Jim Kraft

Dear Friends,

For more than 50 years, my family and I have fished the Salish Sea, trolling for Blackmouth in the winter and chasing Coho and Chinook salmon in the summer. Spots like the west side of Orcas Island, Obstruction Pass, Elliot Bay, and Point No Point bring back so many great memories!

Fishing is an important part of my heritage and contributes to my sense of place. It is central to how I define my home in this region. Yet, fishing has changed dramatically over recent decades, making it harder and harder to continue as before.  Read more

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