Hop Harvest

Autumn is traditionally a time of hard work, and that is especially true here at FISHBIO. With both fish spawning season and harvest time upon us, we Read More…

Flashback Friday: What Makes a Fisher?

With World Fisheries Day coming up on November 21, today's Flashback Friday explains why counting the number of fishers in a community can be more challenging than Read More…

River Rat Revival: Return of the Nutria?

What’s smaller than a beaver, but larger than a muskrat, and looks like a mix between the two? The answer is the nutria (Myocastor coypus), a water-loving Read More…

The Great Escape: Risks of Farmed Fish

The Cooke Aquaculture’s Atlantic salmon fish farm made a messy splash in August this year when thousands of farmed salmon broke free off Cypress Island in Puget Read More…

Film Friday: The Urban Killdeer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8V-bHgOgX0 Today's Film Friday features a surprise visitor to our Oakdale office: the urban killdeer that decided to turn our yard into nesting habitat. This little bird Read More…

Waiting for Kiwis

FISHBIO Farms has enjoyed many fruits and vegetables over the last few years, but one fruit we have yet to taste is the FISHBIO kiwi.  We planted Read More…

Who’s Eating Who? Trees Eat Fish Too

The life cycle of a salmon comes full circle when adults migrate upstream from the ocean back to their natal spawning grounds, where they lay their eggs Read More…

Photo Friday: Into the Light

Is this the Twilight Zone? Today's dramatic Photo Friday shows one of our biologists during a salmon redd survey, standing in a recently replaced culvert on Lesnini Read More…