What does it mean to Make the Leap?
It means you join a community of individuals, businesses, and organizations committed to live in a way that strengthens our local and regional economies, sustains our natural abundance, and nurtures our spirits. You also have the option of recieving our flagship publication, Salmon Nation Voices.
Of course, even if you don't want to receive anything from us, you are still welcome to make the leap — just as long as the values of Salmon Nation resonate with you.
Just Ask: sally salmon Is it Wild?
Choose wild salmon; don’t eat farmed. Just ask "Is it wild?" before buying or ordering salmon. Choosing wild is better for you, the fish, our local fishing communities, and the oceans.
Sally Salmon will tell you why on this slideshow tour…
Buy locally produced food. Supporting local growers is good for Salmon Nation in more ways than one: not only will meals be tastier, but owner-operated farms help preserve the kind of open spaces near which we all like to live.
Join Local Lucy and Traveling Tom in a Tale of Two Tomatoes...
Renewing SN Food Traditions Just Ask: Is it FSC?
Look for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified wood products. Wood is good as a building material, both environmentally and for our rural communities. When we harvest according to FSC guidelines, we can have good lumber and restore our forests, too. Take a forest tour with Sally Salmon to learn more about the benefits of certified wood…http://www.salmonnation.com/readlearn/index.php
To all government and NGO partners, I will publish anything that disputes us or offers another perspective on the programs and efforts we discuss here, as long as it's not formed as part of an ad hominum attack.