Help Put Fish Back in the Rivers
The rivers and streams of the Columbia Basin were once teeming with salmon. Today, they are just a shadow of their former numbers. Fortunately, though, the Yakama, Nez Perce, Umatilla, and Warm Springs tribes are working to put fish back in the rivers and protect watershed where fish live. This is a big job and we could use your help. Become part of the tribal legacy of salmon restoration in the Columbia Basin—give a gift today to the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission. Your tax-deductible* donation will support watershed restoration projects, provide salmon advocacy throughout the region, and assist with education programs to train the next generation of salmon defenders.
*CRITFC is qualified to receive tax-deductible contributions under section 7871(a) of the Indian Governmental Tax Status Act. Our FEIN is 93-0695227.
Where donations go
Donations to CRITFC help a variety of projects and programs, like the CRITFC Salmon Camp. At this camp, tribal youth learn about fish biology, hydrology, stream ecology, and how they can meld tribal culture with scientific knowledge to help the salmon.