‘What Does the Forest Mean to You?’ — Forestry Association Launches New Television Advertising Demonstrating Washington’s Commitment to Salmon Recovery
“We think this is some of our best work to date, working with our new agency — Copacino + Fujikado,” said
What makes this year’s advertising special is that it occurs on the tenth anniversary of the passage of the Forests & Fish Law. House Bill 2091, passed with strong bi-partisan legislative support and signed into law
“There have been many accomplishments, especially in removing blocked culverts or other barriers to salmon habitat. More than 2,800 blockages have been repaired which opened up nearly 1,500 miles of new fish habitat across the state,” said Executive Director
The Forests and Fish Law puts in place a scientifically based adaptive management program and monitoring process to evaluate the impacts of forest practices on fish habitat and clean water. If peer-reviewed science shows that practices need to change, they will through this process.
“Salmon is important to all of us because it’s part of who we are. Protecting and maintaining forested stream habitat to help salmon is an important goal of the Forests & Fish Law,” said
Washington Forest Protection Association is a trade association representing private forest landowners in
SOURCE Washington Forest Protection Association