Watching out for BC’s Wild Salmon.

Our focus is to elevate the dialogue surrounding wild salmon and to improve our chances of saving them.

  • Slideshow-SustainableFisheries

    Saving Wild Salmon by Changing the Way We Fish

    Conservationists and First Nations urge the public to eat more salmon from stock-selective fisheries, in a new video released Watershed Watch Salmon Society and SkeenaWild Conservation Trust

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  • ATIP Memo North Coast Expansion

    Join Us to Protect Wild Salmon

    Concerned about salmon farming expansions in BC? Check out our new initiative and help get us to 5,000 supporters so we can take our message to 4 BC MPs.

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  • Our Land and Water

    Our Land and Water

    Check out our latest report Our Land and Water: Negotiating a Fair Price for Water, Ecosystem Services, and Human Well-Being!

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  • Chum Discards

    North Coast Chum Discards

    New video evidence shows thousands of unwanted salmon are needlessly killed when no one is watching the fishermen: Groups want oversight

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  • TamedRivers-Slideshow

    Watershed Watch Releases Tamed Rivers Report

    Tamed Rivers provides extensive details on the environmental effects and planning of river diversion projects, the known impacts of river diversion hydropower on fish and wildlife populations, and identifies several areas that require further study.

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Latest Updates

Watershed Watch and SkeenaWild launch new video: Saving Wild Salmon by Changing the Way We Fish

Fishermen can harvest more fish from healthy salmon runs, while affording greater protection to threatened runs in BC, if consumers eat more salmon from “stock-selective” fisheries. That’s the message delivered by fishermen, First Nations, renowned chef Robert Clark, Professor John …

July 16, 2014

Media coverage of the threat heavily fishing sockeye poses to endangered salmon stocks

Last week, Watershed Watch, SkeenaWild and Raincoast issued a media release and backgrounder highlighting the threat that DFO’s latest fishing plans pose to endangered salmon stocks, such as Interior Fraser coho. Although sockeye returns are predicted to be large this fall, …

July 2, 2014
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