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Statement from PVR Study Authors

Our recently published paper: Aquaculture mediates global transmission of a viral pathogen to wild salmon[1] provides new information regarding pathogen spillover from salmon farms to wild Pacific salmon. We’ve outlined a summary of our findings in a news release.

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Allison Colina joins the PSF Leadership Team

The Pacific Salmon Foundation is pleased to welcome Allison Colina to our leadership team as the Vice President of Development, Marketing and Communications. 

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Seaweed Aquaculture and Salmon

Watch our newest episode of Salmon Matter! Bill Collins of Cascadia Seaweed chats with PSF about seaweed aquaculture and its benefits for salmon, the economy, and the climate at large.

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