STANDING UP FOR BC’S WILD SALMON


Watershed Watch is a science-based charity that advocates for the conservation of BC’s wild salmon.

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    HISTORIC SOCKEYE RELEASE CEREMONY

    The Kwikwetlem First Nation led a ceremony on April 20, 2017 to release the first of some 5,000 juvenile sockeye in an important step to restore sockeye to the Coquitlam River

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    DEFEND THE WILD SALMON POLICY

    The politicians and bureaucrats think they can get away with weakening protection for BC’s wild salmon. Let them know how wrong they are!

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    CONNECTED WATERS

    Re-connecting waterways and restoring habitat- from Katzie Slough to tributaries of the lower Fraser watershed. Sign the petition and join our campaign.  

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    WILD SALMON NEED SAFE PASSAGE

    Open-net salmon farms put our wild fish stocks at risk. That’s why we launched our Safe Passage campaign. Help send a message to the Minister of Fisheries by signing & sharing this:  www.safepassage4salmon.ca  

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    WE NEED YOUR HELP

    You can make a difference – DONATE. The more of us that get involved, the better off our wild salmon will be.    

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    WATERSHED WATCH IN OTTAWA

    Watershed Watch staff provided testimony to the Standing Committee on Fisheries in Ottawa recently, asking for improvements to the Fisheries Act. Video: see our presentation here.

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Latest Updates

Historic Coquitlam Sockeye Smolt Release Celebration

The first of some 5,000 sockeye were released to the Coquitlam River in a special ceremony led by the Kwikwetlem First Nation on April 20, 2017. This is likely the largest release of Coquitlam sockeye in over 100 years (since sockeye …

April 21, 2017

Recommendations from the January 2017 Scientists’ Think Tank – The Protection of Pacific Wild Salmon

In January 2017, Simon Fraser University hosted an invitational scientists’ think tank as part of their Speaking for the Salmon series. The aim of the think tank was to examine the potential risk factors to Pacific wild salmon and to …

April 4, 2017
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