Salmon are attracted to clear, cool, flowing waters like the ones in our Pacific Northwest forests. With logs and rocks scattered in these upland streams, there are stillwater areas for egg-laying; safe places for young salmon to hide; and the water is too shallow for larger aquatic predators. We work with biologists to ensure our streams provide an excellent habitat. If bridges or culverts prevent natural water flow, we replace them or if possible remove the road altogether. Learn more here.