This video shows five volunteers placing over 400 salmon carcasses obtained from the Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery into the North Fork of the Cispus River, a tributary of the Cowlitz. That's over 60 miles upstream from the hatchery. This was just one days activity. The project went from mid October to mid November. It also shows where over 800,000 chinook salmon eggs were placed in incubators in the stream bed. The carcasses provide sustenance for the new baby salmon so they can survive their trip down stream to the ocean.