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The Seattle Times
More Than a Viral Sensation
The Fish Tube is More than a Meme. It Could Help Save Ecosystems.
Radio interview with Whooshh Innovations and the Fraser River Rockslide
For the first time in 80 years, salmon are in the Upper Columbia River
KING 5 NEWS
Seattle Company Helping Salmon Trapped by Fraser River Rockslide
A Bene-fish-al Solution for Salmon and Steelhead Passage
PNNL team evaluates system combining technologies in a new way for safer, more efficient fish passage
New Ideas to Increase Prey for the Orca
A reference paper for the SRKW Task Force
Civil Engineering Magazine
A novel tube based fish passage alternatives to ladders and lifts
Fish Cannons, Koi Herpes and Other Tools to Combat Invasive Carp
Researchers are experimenting with a Rube Goldberg-esque mix of tactics to control hearty, nonnative swimmers that re-engineer nutrient-rich Midwest waters
The Washougal River
Whooshh Innovations installs first live fish transport system for chinook salmon on the Washougal River
The salmon cannon
The New Yorker
The Nihilistic Euphoria of the Fish Tube
The Salmon Cannon is Taking Everyone for a Joy Ride in a Very Efficient Fish Tube
CTV News Vancouver
Time running out for trapped salmon in the Fraser River?
Outstanding Stewards of America's Water
Whooshh Innovations is pleased to be a recipient of the National Hydropower Association’s “Outstanding Stewards of America’s Waters” award
Water Power Magazine
A new era in fish passage
Department of Energy
Making Hydropower more eco-friendly
High Country News
Austevoll Seafood ASA to install Whooshh Innovations fish transport system in it's salmon plant in Storebø, Norway