Watershed Watch responds to criticism from salmon farming association in letter to the editor of the Courier-Islander: It’s time to change

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Craig Orr and Stan Proboszcz of Watershed Watch respond to statements made by Mary Ellen Walling of the BC Salmon Farmers Association in the Courier-Islander letter It’s time to change. Watershed Watch highlights the fact that new science linking open net cage salmon farming with environmental damage is often met with quick criticism, but little scientific evidence.

For more information on Watershed Watch’s work on wild salmon and aquaculture see our Salmon Farming page.

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