Annual Reports

Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2013

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Watershed Watch’s “hybrid” approach to salmon conservation is a blend of fact-and-values-based advocacy, scientific expertise, fiscal responsibility, and a recent transition to engagement organizing. This approach is encompassed by our Theory of Change, where we seek to “better protect wild …

Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2012

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Wild salmon are one of B.C.’s most iconic animals. Besides being inextricably linked to our culture, wild salmon are incredibly important to our coastal and river ecosystems. Some of our Province’s most recognizable animals—orca whales, bald eagles and spirit bears—depend …

Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2011

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People love wild salmon for many reasons—their iconic nature, epic journeys, beauty, sport, nutrition, or sometimes, just simply because wild salmon are seen as “Awesome!” For all these reasons, Watershed Watch works hard to protect wild salmon and the ecosystems …

Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2010

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Following a disastrous return in 2009, last year’s modern-day record breaking numbers of Fraser sockeye were a welcome surprise, and 2010 may well be remembered as the ‘year of the sockeye.’ Though Watershed Watch and others enjoyed a rare opportunity …

Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2009

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Since 1998 Watershed Watch has been working on behalf of a concerned public to protect and restore BC’s iconic wild salmon. As a leading voice for salmon, we provide an important bridge between scientific and technical information, and the people …