Please join us for the second annual
West Coast Salmon Summit

October 23, 24 & 25th, 2014

This conference, organized by The Bioengineering Institute and the Coquille Indian Tribe, will be held on Coos Bay at the Mill Casino in North Bend Oregon.


Register now so you don’t miss the opportunity to explore strategies for maintaining the habitat necessary for sustaining the future of Salmon on the West Coast and to positively impact the regulatory process.
Watch for additional details on this web site.

For additional information please call:541-888-6629 or 707-984-6774 Ext 151

Join us at a place where the magnificent Pacific Salmon have been a way of life for thousands of years and hundreds of generations.

Join us at a place where you will make friendships that last a lifetime and learn new ways to advance critical salmon recovery work.

Join us at one of the most beautiful waterfront locations on the West Coast at the Mill Casino on Coos Bay, a working Oregon deep-water harbor fed by multiple salmon bearing streams.

All of this happens as the West Coast Salmon Summit convenes and brings together scientists, resource managers, agency representatives and tribal officials from across the Pacific Northwest to discuss the latest in salmon science and dynamic new ideas for salmon restoration and recovery.

This is your opportunity to meet the best and brightest in the salmon recovery field, as you share your thoughts and questions through a variety of presentations, round table discussions and in-depth, one-on-one conversations. You will:

  • Learn the latest methods in bioremediation & bioengineering design for natural habitat creation and green “living systems” stabilization
  • Learn how timber management can benefit salmon while improving yields
  • Learn how to demonstrate the true economic value of salmon restoration and habitat recovery to generate new project funding
  • See innovative habitat & recovery projects firsthand
  • And much, much more -

Join us at the event where your experiences will pay dividends for a lifetime!