Local Clothing Company Donates T-shirt Sales to Watershed Watch

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“It’s time we take a stand against big business and the government and start putting our environment first,” Noel Fox, Hook and Vice founder, avid fly fisher.

Hook and Vice, a local outdoor clothing company, is standing up for B.C.’s wild salmon and calling for a ban on open-net fish farms in B.C. They have created these awesome t-shirts and are donating 100% of the profits to Watershed Watch Salmon Society to support our campaign against open-net salmon farms.HookAndVice_WildAndFree_ManWoman social media

Order your shirt here and if you have not already, please sign the petition calling for a ban on open-net fish farms on wild salmon migration routes.

Shirts come in both men’s or women’s styles. A huge thank you to Noel Fox and the team at Hook and Vice for your support!

Find out more about Hook and Vice and why this issue is so close to their hearts on their website.

 

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