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Guido Rahr

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Guido Rahr
Born (1960-11-16) November 16, 1960 (age 63)
Portland, Oregon, U.S.
🏡 ResidencePortland, Oregon, U.S.
💼 Occupation
Conservationist
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Guido Reinhardt Rahr III (born 1960) is an American conservationist who is the subject of the biography “Stronghold: One Man’s Quest to Save the World’s Wild Salmon” published in 2019 by Random House..[1] He has served since 2000 as the President and CEO of the Wild Salmon Center, an international salmon and river conservation organization [2]. Under Rahr’s leadership, the Wild Salmon Center has launched conservation programs in the Russian Far East, Alaska, British Columbia and the United States Pacific Northwest, protecting millions of acres of salmon habitat and helping establish six new regional or national parks[3]

Rahr is also a pioneering fly fisherman and fly tier, who was one of the first Americans to explore and fish the rivers of the Russian Far East[4]. Rahr holds the flyrod record for Siberian taimen[5]. Rahr has been featured on the Anchored podcast[6], in The Drake magazine[7], in the book “Upstream: Searching for Wild Salmon from River to Table”[8], and on NPR’s show 1A. [9]


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