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In a time of declining wild salmon populations, diminishing biodiversity, and climate change pressures, Rivers Without Borders promotes and protects the extraordinary ecological and cultural values of the transboundary watersheds of southeast Alaska and northwest British Columbia. These include the Tatshenshini-Alsek, Chilkat, Taku, Whiting, Iskut-Stikine, and Unuk river systems. They work with First Nations, community leaders, commercial fishermen, scientists, local businesses, and other environmental advocates to keep the transboundary region one of North America’s most valuable conservation assets.