Watershed Watch and SkeenaWild launch new video: Saving Wild Salmon by Changing the Way We Fish

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Fishermen can harvest more fish from healthy salmon runs, while affording greater protection to threatened runs in BC, if consumers eat more salmon from “stock-selective” fisheries. That’s the message delivered by fishermen, First Nations, renowned chef Robert Clark, Professor John Reynolds from Simon Fraser University, and leading conservationists in an illuminating new short film narrated by Vancouver-based actor, Bruce Greenwood. The 16-minute video was produced by Screaming Black Dog Productions for Watershed Watch Salmon Society and SkeenaWild Conservation Trust. See the full media release and 4 easy ways you can help for more information.

 

 

One Response to Watershed Watch and SkeenaWild launch new video: Saving Wild Salmon by Changing the Way We Fish

  1. ken beadman says:

    It breaks my heart to see the state salmon fishing is in, I am a sport,[river bank fisherman]and there are hardly any fish left,very sad to see this.Ken,beadman

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