NASF Fundraising Activities
The NASF coalition is not a membership organisation but relies on voluntary donations globally and principally from the private sector. Coalition partners have their own boards and management structures. NASF International, based in Iceland is the founding organization. From 1991 to 2014 it raised more than US$17 million, the majority of which has been applied to high seas salmon quotas. NASF (US) has raised US$ 5,3 million and NASF (Norway) NOK 8 million. The Migratory Salmon Foundation, a charity in the UK has raised funds principally for the buyout of the North East drift nets as well as coastal nets along the UK coastline.
Below is an accumulated statement of operations for the years 1991–2014. Individual NASF financial statements are audited by KPMG Iceland. The statement is based upon historical ISK (local currency) amounts converted to USD at applicable …
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Can you help restore wild Atlantic salmon? The North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) has spearheaded some very successful projects to bring back salmon in US rivers.
Our key focus is removing nets on the high seas and in coastal waters by brokering agreements. We also campaign tirelessly for better regulations and governance and in doing so promote land-based salmon farming, the removal of dams and bolstering spawning stocks.
Now we are into the 5th year of funding an ambitious parr stocking program in the state of Maine. The methodology being used made the river Tyne England’s most prolific salmon river – it’s a fascinating story as told in the Fly Fisherman feature. In the next issue of the magazine (June–July 2016) you can read more about NASF’s support from conservation investment organisation Grassy Creek and the great success of other innovative …