Atlantic Salmon Federation

A Strong Late Run in Canada?

The Atlantic Salmon Federation report that some Canadian rivers might hold surprises for the fall, as the late runs of 2014 continue to enter rivers. ... Full story

Tougher Measures Needed to Save Canadian Salmon

Conservation group issues no-kill plea as fish numbers plummet. ... Full story

Wild Salmon can Adapt to Climate Change

New research shows that Atlantic salmon are more capable of withstanding temperature changes than scientists had thought. ... Full story

Contamination Threatens Top North American Salmon River

High levels of zinc, fecal coliform, nitrogen, phosphorus and solid waste have been found in Quebec's York River ... Full story

New Hope for Atlantic Salmon in Maine's Aroostook River

An effort is underway to restore the Atlantic salmon run of the Aroostook River in Maine. ... Full story

State of North American Salmon Populations 2014

A backgrounder pdf from the Atlantic Salmon Federation gives details of last year's Atlantic salmon returns, and the current risks. ... Full story

Migrating Salmon Face a Triple Challenge

Gill-net fisheries in Greenland, Labrador and at St-Pierre et Miquelon are now growing threats to Atlantic salmon. ... Full story

Has the Salmon Farming Industry Improved?

Has salmon farming improved at all over the past decade? David Suzuki takes a look, with special reference to British Colombia. ... Full story

Wild Salmon Starving at Sea?

The continued high mortality of salmon at sea in light of climate change is a serious issue and is examined here by Chris Todd, Professor of Marine Ecology at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. ... Full story

Conservationist Honoured for Restoration of Maine's Penobscot River

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) has announced that Laura Rose Day of Hallowell, ME has been selected as the 2013 recipient of the Lee Wulff Atlantic Salmon Conservation Award. ... Full story

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