Watershed Watch Executive Director quoted in Vancouver Sun article: Fraser River sockeye salmon’s future depends on increasing funding to let DFO do its job

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“It’s disconcerting to many of us why we don’t get more serious about protecting wild salmon on this coast.” – This quote by Watershed Watch Executive Director, Craig Orr, that leads off the Vancouver Sun article Fraser River sockeye salmon’s future depends on increasing funding to let DFO do its job. The article by Bob Jackson and Nick Humphreys goes on to discuss how budget cuts that limit the ability of Fisheries

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and Oceans Canada to do its job, may be the biggest threat to wild salmon. The authors state:

“Without adequate research and scientific monitoring through a fully-funded DFO whose authority is respected by politicians, every problem is potentially a disaster and every run an unpredictable gamble with one of British Columbia’s greatest resources, one which has fed the province since the beginning of time”

“Let’s ensure that the Fraser River sockeye continues to survive and thrive — by insisting the federal government commit the resources that this mighty salmon needs and deserves.”

 

 

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