For more than 10,000 years, salmon have been the traditional food source and a cultural icon of the Pacific coast. Today, we are proud to carry on this tradition with wild salmon harvested from carefully selected, thriving runs. Our wild sockeye salmon from a community-based, in-river fishery on the Situk River, and wild pink salmon caught in reef nets off Lummi Island, represent years of research in partnership with prominent fish conservation organizations. The result is delicious, truly sustainable salmon we can all feel good about eating.
Watch our new Wild Pink Salmon video
A film by Darcy Turenne. Watch the full-length video on our Wild Pink Salmon Sourcing Page .
Wild Salmon Tacos with Cilantro Slaw and Mango SalsaA perfect fusion of flavors compliments our Wild Pink Salmon in this taco recipe by Lynn Leishman. Find Salmon Recipes
SourcingHow do you tackle one of the most complex food-sourcing challenges in the world? Read More About Salmon Sourcing
ConservationThe immense runs of wild salmon that once filled nearly every watershed from Alaska to Southern California are nearly gone, decimated by 150 years' worth of industry, resource extraction, dam building and agriculture. Read More About Salmon Conservation
Meaning of SalmonThis is a continuing series of stories and essays by writers, biologists, chefs, fishermen and conservationists, in which they discuss the importance of salmon in both human and ecological terms.
Read More About The Meaning of Salmon