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Pacific Northwest
Hawai'i CFS

Protecting Endangered Species

Center for Food Safety

In the Pacific Northwest, Center for Food Safety fights to protect clean water and wild places from industrial agriculture and aquaculture—particularly the use of pesticides and contamination from factory farm animal waste—to benefit threatened and endangered species, including fish like salmon and green sturgeon, mammals like orcas, birds like the snowy plover and marbled murrelet, reptiles like sea turtles, invertebrates like the Fender's blue butterfly, and plants like the Willamette daisy.

Species we're protecting:

Chinook salmon (Columbia River and Puget Sound populations)

Hood Canal Summer Run Chum salmon 

Green sturgeon (lower Columbia River estuary, Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor)

Puget Sound steelhead

Southern resident Killer Whale

Monarch butterfly

Southern resident Killer Whale

Snowy plover

Loggerhead Turtles

Yellow-billed cuckoo

Willamette daisy (Erigeron decumbens var. decumbens)

Bradshaw's lomatium (Lomatium bradshawi)

Fender's blue butterfly (Icaricia icarioides fenderi)

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