Watershed Watch’s Aaron Hill discusses low number of salmon in Skeena River in Global BC interview

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In the Global BC interview Department of Fisheries concerned about low number of salmon in Skeena River Watershed Watch ecologist, Aaron Hill, comments on low returns of Skeena River sockeye and concerns that Alaskan salmon fisheries are intercepting these fish on their way back to their spawning grounds.

Watershed Watch, SkeenaWild Conservation Trust and Raincoast Conservation Foundation issued the media release BC conservationists challenge Alaskans to put sustainability first on July 17, 2013.  The following media stories provide additional information on this issue:

 

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