Sustainable Fisheries Foundation

Walla Walla, WA   |  www.sustainablerisheriesfoundation.org

Mission

Our mission has remained the same since SFF's founding in 1995: We work with other organizations, indigenous people, agencies, local governments, and other stakeholders to implement sustainable fisheries practices and management that benefit freshwater and marine fisheries resources and people who depend upon them.

Ruling year info

1995

Principal Officer

Cleveland R. Steward III

Main address

84794 Neotoma Ln

Walla Walla, WA 99362 United States

EIN

91-1689421

NTEE code info

Natural Resource Conservation and Protection (C30)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

The Sustainable Lands Strategy project continued into its 7th consecutive year, albeit at a reduced level due to funding limitations. The project is a stakeholder-driven process facilitated by SFF policy experts that aims to reconcile fisheries, agriculture, and other public interests in the major watersheds of Snohomish County in western Washington.

Expenses
$29,663
Revenue
$5,000

SFF received additional funding from the Salmon Recovery Funding Board and WA State Resource and Conservation Office (RCO) to complete a Fish passage project on Willapa Bay in southwestern Washington. Construction and site restoration wrapped up in 2016; grant funds were used to compensate consultants and a contractor, and to reimburse the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge for expenses incurredon the project.

Expenses
$197,255
Revenue
$112,094

SFF board members and volunteers organized a one-day symposium entitled "Ecosystem Management: Breaking Down the Silos" at the 2016 meeting of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society in Reno, Nevada. The symposium was well-attended.

Expenses
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Revenue
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