Capital Press, January 2005
Four farms in King County, Wash., have earned the right to use a label that lets consumers know that their agricultural practices are "fish friendly." The farms, all located in the Snoqualmie Valley near the outskirts of Seattle, are the first in Washington to win Salmon-Safe farm certification. Portland, Ore.-based Salmon-Safe and Stewardship Partners, a nonprofit organization in Seattle, worked together in launching the Salmon-Safe program in Washington state. David Burger, executive director of Stewardship Partners, said the four farms are proving every day that successful agriculture and preservation of fish habitat can work hand in hand… Read the article.