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.

  • My Watershed Moment

    Celebrate World Water Day with Watershed Watch

    Celebrate water and our connection with nature at My Watershed Moment March 21st in Harrison Mills and World Water Day March 22nd in Pitt Meadows!

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  • 500 Comments - Thank you

    Thank you for your comments!

    We received an overwhelming response expressing your concerns over 2 new salmon farms proposed for Clio Channel – over 500 comments were submitted to government. Find out how you can help us take this message even farther!

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  • WWSS and SOS merger

    Together we are stronger!

    Watershed Watch Salmon Society and SOS Marine Conservation Foundation are merging at the end of December 2014! See why we’re excited to be joining forces to achieve positive change for BC’s wild salmon!

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  • sockeye splashing

    Join Us to Protect Wild Salmon

    Concerned about lack of action on recommendations to protect wild salmon from the $37 million Cohen Inquiry? Join with us and help get us to 5,000 supporters so we can take our message to 4 BC MPs.

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  • 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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Latest Updates

Exciting events coming up to celebrate World Water Day!

Water is essential to all life, so it’s great to have a chance to celebrate water and all it provides! World Water Day is March 22nd. Join us for these upcoming events in Harrison Mills (March 21) and Pitt Meadows …

March 12, 2015

New BC salmon farm proposals draw strong opposition

British Columbians have spoken out loud and clear in opposition to two new salmon farms proposed for the Broughton Archipelago near Vancouver Island. Over 500 citizens responded to our call for comments. Watershed Watch forwarded these comments to the appropriate …

March 2, 2015
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