Salmon and Hatcheries


Copyright 2001 by Angela D. Evans

Brown, Bruce. Mountain in the Clouds: A Search for the Wild Salmon. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1990. - Covers many aspects of salmon, including history and human involvement (hatcheries, etc.). Focuses primarily on Pacific Northwest, although includes information about other areas.

Cohen, Fay G. Treaties on Trial: The Continuing Controversy over Northwest Indian Fishing Rights. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1986. – Tells of the issues and battles surrounding Native Americans and their rights to fish, including a brief, yet sufficient, history of Indians in the Northwest.

Cone, Joseph. A Common Fate: Endangered Salmon and the People of the Pacific Northwest. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 1995. – Discusses several efforts by individuals and groups to help the situation of salmon.

Department of Fish and Wildlife. (Annotated Rev. Code Wash.) 77.04.012, "Mandate of Department and Commission." Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. (2001).

Gordon, Susan. "A Salmon Fisherman’s Bonanza." The News Tribune, 21 April 2001, sec. A. – Thousands head for the Columbia River just below Bonneville Dam to get in on the biggest run of spring chinook in decades.

Mottram, Bob. "Run of a Lifetime." The News Tribune, 18 April 2001, sec. C. – Because of convergence of favorable factors, this could be the largest sport catch of hatchery salmon on Columbia River.

Taylor, Joseph E. Making Salmon: An Environmental History of the Northwest Fisheries Crisis. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1999.-A very thorough analysis of the salmon predicament throughout time.

 Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. "Fact Sheet." WDFW. July 2000. <> (22 April 2001) . –Tells of the dual role of Washington’s hatcheries: Conservation of wild stocks, sustainable fisheries.

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. "Hatcheries Program Statistics." WDFW. 27 May 1997. <> (22 April 2001) .