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Rivers Without Borders

Rivers Without Borders




In a time of declining wild salmon runs, diminishing biodiversity, marine habitat degradation, and accelerating climate change pressures, Rivers Without Borders promotes and protects the extraordinary ecological and cultural values of the still largely pristine transboundary watersheds of southeast Alaska and northwest British Columbia. From north to south, these storied mountains-to-sea river systems are the Alsek-Tatshenshini, Chilkat, Taku, Whiting, Iskut-Stikine, and Unuk. We work with First Nations, tribes, commercial fishermen, scientists, community leaders, businesses, conservation advocates, legal and technical experts, media, and others to keep the transboundary region wild and thriving.


PO Box 210402, Auke Bay, AK 99821