In 2012 our team proudly published the first global edition of our book “From Sea to Source”. This was a work intended to inform, educate and inspire those who wanted to know much more about how to meet the challenges that lie behind restoration of fish migration in rivers around the world. Whether the challenge is simply to increase access to spawning habitats through connectivity improvements for salmon, or to maintain the livelihoods for hundreds of millions of people dependent upon fish and fisheries in the great rivers of Asia, Africa and South America, we hoped our book would help to achieve these goals.
That book was very well received and we were delighted with the good reviews. This inspired us to move on. An important result was the establishment of the World Fish Migration Foundation in 2014 through which we now continue to share experiences and encourage the opening of rivers around the world for wildlife and the people who depend on them. Since the development of the World Fish Migration Foundation, many initiatives have been launched that promote a new vision: Connecting Fish, Rivers and People.