Native Fish Society – 2023 Homewaters: Run Wild Benefit Banquet

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You’re Invited to Native Fish Society’s 27th Annual Homewaters Benefit Auction + Wild Fish Celebration

Guided by the best available science, Native Fish Society advocates for the recovery and protection of wild, native fish and the stewardship of the habitats that sustain us all. 

In-person: Saturday, April 22, 2023 | The Loft At 8th Avenue, Portland, OR

Virtually: Bidding for the Virtual Silent Auction opens for all Sunday, April 16th, and closes Saturday, April 22nd at 12pm PST | Anywhere you have wifi!

For Friends Of Free-Flowing Rivers + Abundant Wild Fish! Revenue from this event provides one-third of Native Fish Society’s annual budget and helps continue their work as the Northwest’s leading conservation group dedicated to cultivating a groundswell of public support needed to revive abundant wild, native fish in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California. 

Until all our northwest communities enjoy healthy homewaters with wild fish, NFS will be advancing science-based solutions to the root challenges facing native fish. Here are a few highlights:

  • We made major progress on the Willamette River. Our ReWild the Willamette campaign instigated 16 major changes at 8 Willamette dams improving fish passage, water quality, and flows for spring chinook and winter steelhead!
  • We created the largest collection of rivers managed for wild fish and helped secure substantial new monitoring to safeguard wild steelhead along the Oregon coast.
  • Our signature River Steward Program supports 67 grassroots volunteers who protect and heal 4,000 river miles of watersheds across the Pacific Northwest.

We hope to see you there!

Click here: Native Fish Auction for more information, auction catalog, and registration. 

Great prizes will be available including items below.

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