Dan Kent's blog
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Continuing its leadership in environmental sustainability, Redhook Brewery in Woodinville is the first brewery site in the Puget Sound region to earn Salmon-Safe certification, a designation that means that Redhook is proactively and significantly improving the environmental health of its site along the Sammamish River. The certification announcement will be made Thursday at a habitat restoration event at Redhook.
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
As stormwater runs aplenty in Seattle, the act of treating that stormwater before it reaches the streams, rivers and lakes that surround the Pacific Northwest city can help create an official Salmon-Safe designation.
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Returning to Portland on January 25 is Salmon in the City, our free public event highlighting innovations in ecologically sustainable urban design and development that protect water quality and our urban watershed. NOAA Fisheries will present groundbreaking research regarding the impacts of urban stormwater on salmon and watersheds. The event will feature pioneering studio collaborations bridging architecture and ecology with leading ecologists and designers.
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Mayor Charlie Hales today announced that the City of Portland has taken action across city operations to earn Salmon-Safe certification, making it the first city in the world to achieve the third-party designation for its systematic approach to improving water quality and restoring salmon habitat.
Portland City Council formally adopted the findings of Salmon-Safe’s assessment, three years in the making.
Monday, June 27, 2016
In a year where the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is projected to have a record number of passengers, the Port of Seattle is taking care of the environment too, becoming the first U.S. airport to achieve Salmon-Safe certification, earned for its environmental practices that protect Puget Sound water quality and salmon habitat.
Monday, March 14, 2016
By sourcing Salmon-Safe hops, leading craft brewers are helping to transform agriculture in the Willamette and Yakima valleys, two key wild salmon watersheds that are the source of 90 percent of US hops.
Craft Breweries Leading a Movement
Acclaimed Northwest and national brewers are building the market for hops grown in an ecologically sustainable manner by sourcing Salmon-Safe certified Yakima and Willamette Valley hops.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Returning to Seattle on January 28 is Salmon in the City, our free event highlighting innovations in ecologically sustainable urban design and development that protect water quality and Puget Sound. NOAA Fisheries will present groundbreaking research regarding the impacts of urban stormwater on salmon and watersheds. The event will feature pioneering studio collaborations bridging architecture and ecology with leading ecologists and designers.
Friday, October 23, 2015
The distinctive buildings and grounds that comprise the head office campus of Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) on the eastern end of False Creek Flats in Vancouver have been certified as the first Salmon-Safe urban site in British Columbia.
Monday, October 19, 2015
Friday, October 2, 2015
An Oregon Brewery Is the First Ever to Go “Salmon-Safe”
Hopsworks Urban Brewery is the first in the United States to be certified Salmon-Safe