Salmon Restoration – A Native American Perspective from the Columbia River
While there is widespread public concern about the decline of salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest, no people have been so fundamentally hurt by this decline as the Native Americans of the region, for whom salmon had (and still have) such vital cultural, religious, and economic importance.
Talbot, A.J. and P.F. Galbreath. 2006. Salmon restoration – a Native American perspective from the Columbia River. Pages 551-576 in R.T. Lackey, D.H. Lach, and S.L. Duncan, editors. Salmon 2100: the future of wild Pacific salmon. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland, 629p.