The below resources either share our own philosophy or provide additional information.
Save Our Salmon
Save Our Wild Salmon (SOS) is a nationwide coalition of conservation organizations, commercial and sport fishing associations, businesses, river groups, and taxpayer advocates - all joined in a commitment to restore Pacific Northwest wild salmon and the communities that depend on them.
Pacific Salmon Commission
Established by treaty between Canada and the United States on March 18,1985 for the conservation, rational management, and optimum production of wild salmon.
Slow Food USA
An educational organization dedicated to stewardship of the land and ecologically sound sound food production…
A tribute to Sockeye Salmon
BC rivers and sockeye salmon info page.
Washington State’s largest manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules
whose experienced engineers, operations, and management team are Washington locals sharing a passion for protecting our climate. Itek proudly builds solar panels that are ideal for the Pacific Northwest’s varied climates, from the diffuse light of the coastal regions and snows of the Cascades,to the higher temperatures of the Inland Empire.
Alpha Energy is our partner in creating the world's first solar powered fishery. Alpha Technologies Inc., is a full-service engineering and project development company for the distributed generation power industry. One of the nation's leading developers of turnkey photovoltaic systems for commercial, residential, institutional and remote (off-grid) applications, Alpha Energy is recognized as a market innovator in packaging renewable energy technologies.
Wood Stone Corporation
Manufactures of the World’s finest stone hearth ovens. Wood Stone uses reefnet salmon exclusively in their test kitchen.
The Willows Inn
The Willows Inn, an historic Bed and Breakfast retreat. Its organic fine dining is consistent with Slow Food, making The Willows Inn one of the most sought after B&Bs in the San Juan islands.