Category Archives: Watershed Watch Activities

Summer Student Job Posting: GIS Technician & Field Assistant

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We are looking for someone who fits the requirements for a Canada Summer Student position with Watershed Watch as our GIS Technician and Field Assistant. Full details are below: Job Title: GIS Technician and Field Assistant Tasks and Responsibilities: The …

Watershed Watch Volunteer Appreciation: Jenefer Smalley

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“”If wild salmon disappear our livelihoods, iconic wildlife, and culture will change forever on this coast.” Jenefer is here to make an impact. Growing up on the west coast, and with a background in commercial and sports fishing, she knows …

Defending our Killer Whales and Chinook Salmon

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Our southern resident killer whales, now numbered at just 76, face imminent extinction if we do not take immediate and decisive action. The fate of these whales is intricately intertwined with decisions we make on managing our Fraser chinook salmon …

Connected Waters Campaign Update by Lina Azeez

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As we launch into 2018, I wanted to fill you in with what’s happening on Connected Waters, our campaign to restore wild salmon habitat in the the lower Fraser. What is Connected Waters all about? The Fraser River and its …

Coquitlam River Update by Craig Orr

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Coquitlam River: Hollywood North While Vancouver may be known as Hollywood North, the title once belonged to the Coquitlam River. As many watershed residents still recall, John Wayne once regularly trekked the river, inspired by its wild salmon.  Sadly, the …