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

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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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    ADVOCATES FOR WILD SALMON

    Catch an interview with our Executive Director Aaron Hill on Blue Fish Radio talking about advocacy and conservation.

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    CONNECTED WATERS

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

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    LEARN MORE

    Have you seen our Annual Report? We are advocates for B.C.’s wild salmon and the waters in which they swim- working to protect these icons of the west coast since 1998.

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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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  • Stan Proboszcz responds to fish farm expansion in B.C.

    INDUSTRY PUSHES TO EXPAND FISH FARMS

    Industry pushes to expand open-net salmon farms on the B.C. coast, dismissing critics and concern for wild salmon.

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    WEEKLY SALMON NEWS

    Check out our weekly update- a curated summary from Watershed Watch of stories in the news about B.C. salmon, aquaculture, and related issues.

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Latest Updates

Connected Waters

New research from David Scott on flood protection and fish in the lower Fraser River region- and our Connected Waters campaign- is profiled in the Vancouver Sun. Join us for a Katzie Slough canoe tour on Saturday. To learn more about our …

April 28, 2016

BC Snow Survey & Water Supply Bulletin

“With very low snow packs in the Central Coast, Skagit, Stikine and Liard, and low snow packs in the Upper Fraser, Nechako, Skeena and Northwest the risk for low flows this summer are elevated. Elsewhere in the province, limited seasonal …

April 7, 2016
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