How We Save Salmon

How We Save Salmon

We are currently lobbying the Norwegian Government to abandon this destructive form of commercial salmon fishing. As always, the civil servants are reluctant to change their ways. We believe we can convince them that it is time Norway joined the other nations in protecting international salmon stocks. Meanwhile, NASF’s work is helping more salmon to return to their native rivers. Cyclical factors and marine survival rates continue to fluctuate — as always – so NASF’s answer  is to focus on practical efforts that get RESULTS. We need more people to join us.  More people who believe as we do and are ready to put some of their quality time  and treasure  towards helping us achieve our goals. Please feel free to contact us and learn more about our programmes for the next two years.

Sincerely, Orri Vigfússon, Chairman North Atlantic Salmon Fund E-Mail:

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