Important Reference Materials - available in the lists below
The following link will allow you to view a partial listing of reference materials Jim Lichatowich has collected over the years. Open the Reference PDF file here, and if you are interested in accessing these materials, please contact us or check online as many historical documents are in digital form now.

Additionally, another collection of miscellaneous historical reference materials are listed in his archives along with an extensive collection of scientific journal volumes and publications. You may open the Archive PDF file here and contact us, check online as many historical documents are in digital form now.

Reports, Papers, Journal Articles and Book Chapters written or co-authored by Jim Lichatowich



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PLAY THIS VIDEO - "Wild Fish Conservancy Visits Broughton Archipelago" - an important story about fish farm lice decimating young, wild salmon featuring Alexandra Morton's research.
PLAY THIS VIDEO - "Wild Reverence" - The wild steelhead story. Become part of the discussion.
PLAY THIS VIDEO - "Russian River: All Rivers" - The very best documentary on the value of our watersheds. Screening of film in the Northwest began in October.  
THE RUSSIAN RIVER: ALL RIVERS --The Value of an American Watershed.   See Screening Dates at the website Help fund this film featuring the ideas of many people such as Jim and other concerned environmentalists. The film has restarted this important conversation. "The film continues to meet enthusiastic audiences here in Northern California without a peep from the industries we discuss. Surprising how, people I might never have expected to agree with what its content, come away quoting it. Most fall completely in sync with its overall message and have, without exception, sat completely transfixed for the entire two hours." Bill Sorensen, producer and film maker.
THE RUSSIAN RIVER: ALL RIVERS --The Value of an American Watershed.   See Screening Dates at the website Help fund this film featuring the ideas of many people such as Jim and other concerned environmentalists. The film has restarted this important conversation. "The film continues to meet enthusiastic audiences here in Northern California without a peep from the industries we discuss. Surprising how, people I might never have expected to agree with what its content, come away quoting it. Most fall completely in sync with its overall message and have, without exception, sat completely transfixed for the entire two hours." Bill Sorensen, producer and film maker.