November 2013
Oregon Business Magazine;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p24
The article focuses on Mary Wahl, the manager of a watershed program in Portland, Oregon, one of the individuals who support the salmon economy in the state. Wahl says that they want to conserve habitat and agricultural land. She mentions the same steps taken by local ranchers to preserve habitat through working into the state's larger fisheries such as albacore and pink shrimp.


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