Guido Rahr is the president and CEO of the Wild Salmon Centre, an organisation focused on the health of salmonid populations of Canada, Russia, Mongolia and the USA. Guido has helped the Wild Salmon Centre raise over $100 million in grants, develop new scientific research, establish 6 million acres of habitat management designations—and that’s only the start. He earned a masters of environmental studies from Yale University and worked with several different conservation programs before diving full-time into his role at the centre. In this episode of Anchored, Guido and April discuss his path to stewardship, fishing in Russia and Bristol Bay, and snakes.
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