Photo by LLTK

What If There Were No Wild Salmon?

Pacific Northwest wild salmon are going extinct. We cannot afford to lose any more.

Please help by donating below to raise funds for Pacific Northwest wild salmon restoration and protection.

Duke's Damsel on a Train Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to raise funds for Pacific Northwest wild salmon restoration and preservation. Benefiting selected local non-profits that specialize in saving wild salmon, Duke's Damsel on a Train Foundation raises funds annually through events, proceeds from Up River Red wine sales, and donations. The Foundation was created in 2022 and is governed by Duke Moscrip (Vice President) and John Moscrip (Treasurer) of Duke's Seafood, Pat Monahan (Secretary) of Train, and Damsel Cellars Co-owners Heather Andersen (Board Chair / President) and Mike Cowden.

Participate While You Dine at Duke's with Up River Red®

Created specifically to raise funds for Pacific Northwest wild salmon, Up River Red® is sold exclusively at Duke's Seafood’s 8 locations and can be purchased by the glass or by the bottle. Proceeds from the 2021 vintage Up River Red® Cabernet Sauvignon will benefit Long Live the Kings, Save Our Wild Salmon, and Wild Fish Conservancy.

The Backstory:
Duke's Seafood Restaurants, Pat Monahan of Train, and Damsel Cellars came together through a love of good food, wine, music and sustainability... and we realized the potential we had to save local salmon together. First, we created a remarkable WA wine, Up River Red®, to bring people together for the good of Pacific Northwest wild salmon sustainability.

Salmon Jumping Up Dam near Issaquah Washington Hatchery
Bear With Salmon In Mouth
Chum Salmon Jumping Upstream To Spawn

For questions or inquiries, please send an email to info@dukesdamselonatrain.com

7858 Green Lake Drive North
Seattle, WA 98103
(503) 702-5523