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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    HELP DEFEND THE HEART OF THE FRASER

    The Heart of the Fraser is in peril. This precious stretch of the river between Mission and Hope provides prime spawning and nursery habitat for salmon and white sturgeon. Find out how you can help.

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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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    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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    COOL SHIRT SUPPORTS WILD SALMON

    Local outdoor clothing company, Hook and Vice is donating 100% of the profits from these awesome shirts to Watershed Watch. Stand up for B.C.’s wild salmon in style!

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    SUPPORT WATERSHED WATCH TODAY

    Your donation supports the science and advocacy needed to defend our wild salmon. All donations are tax deductible. Donate today.    

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Latest Updates

Keeping the Environment in the Conversation: 15 Questions To Ask Your Municipal Candidates

With municipal elections only 20 days away, we need to know where our candidates stand on the environment. In collaboration with the Canadian Freshwater Alliance and Fraser Riverkeeper, we’ve written up some questions to ask candidates who come knocking at …

October 2, 2018

Where to see salmon spawning

Spawning season provides an opportunity to witness one of the truly great miracles of the natural world. We have compiled a list of some great places to view salmon spawning. Feel free to post in the comments other places to …

September 27, 2018
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