Beta release of ODFW's Salmon Recovery Tracker + request for feedback

We're pleased to announce the beta version of Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Salmon Recovery Tracker web site is available. Under a unique partnership between nonprofits and government agencies, ODFW and the State of the Salmon Program are collaborating to improve access to salmon data.  Together, we have created this interactive website so that ODFW can help those interested in the health of Oregon's salmon populations learn more about how salmon and steelhead are faring around the state. 

 
We are at a point in the website’s development where your input is key to identifying design issues and setting development priorities such as what ESUs to include next.  You were chosen to participate in this survey because of your connection to Oregon salmon and/or the project itself.  
 
Please take some time during the next two weeks to explore the ODFW Salmon Recovery Tracker and complete the online survey. You'll find links to the survey at the site itself and in this message below.
 
Explore the Salmon Recovery Tracker web site:
http://odfwrecoverytracker.org/
 
Provide your feedback by May 18, 2010:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SK8KY67
 
Feel free to contact Cathy Kellon,  Julie Firman, or Erin Gilbert of ODFW with questions or comments.