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.

  • Say no to salmon farming expansion

    Join Us to Protect Wild Salmon

    Do you agree with expanding the salmon farming industry? If not, let’s stand together to protect wild salmon for the future. Please sign and share Watershed Watch’s petition.

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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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  • PlaceSpeak

    PlaceSpeak survey on Coquitlam ecosystems and well-being

    We are surveying ecosystem services and well-being in Coquitlam to promote resilience-based ecosystem stewardship. Provide your feedback now – it will be vital in advancing watershed stewardship and planning.

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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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  • Fraser Basin LiveMap

    Fraser Basin LiveMap

    This web-based mapping tool allows users to explore the water and salmon of the Fraser River watershed using a cutting-edge data visualization platform.

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Latest Updates

Watershed Watch quoted in Vancouver Sun article: Ottawa to slash red tape for fish farms

Watershed Watch Executive Director, Craig Orr, comments on plans to expand salmon farming in BC in the Vancouver Sun article Ottawa to slash red tape for fish farms. The article states “The Harper government is laying the regulatory groundwork for a …

April 17, 2014

Predicted high numbers of Fraser River sockeye could mean trouble for weaker salmon stocks

Watershed Watch Ecologist, Aaron Hill, comments on the threat to weak salmon stocks in the Surrey Leader article Super sockeye run could whack weak stocks. Hill states, “People have sockeye fever. The problem is the huge return is being driven by …

April 8, 2014
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