Resources

What’s In a Name?

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“So, what watershed are you protecting?” It’s a question I’ve been asked many times over my 16 years at Watershed Watch. While I understand why people might think we’re focusing on one particular waterway, our name actually means so much …

Keeping the Environment in the Conversation: 15 Questions To Ask Your Municipal Candidates

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With municipal elections only 20 days away, we need to know where our candidates stand on the environment. In collaboration with the Canadian Freshwater Alliance and Fraser Riverkeeper, we’ve written up some questions to ask candidates who come knocking at …

Where to see salmon spawning

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Spawning season provides an opportunity to witness one of the truly great miracles of the natural world. We have compiled a list of some great places to view salmon spawning. Feel free to post in the comments other places to …

B.C. Local Governments vote for wild salmon at UBCM

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It’s a moment to celebrate! Last week, at the Union of B.C. Municipalities conference in Whistler, local government representatives from all over the province passed three important resolutions for wild salmon. Resolution A2 – Protecting Local Waterways & Wild Fish …

Help Defend the Heart of the Fraser

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Are you familiar with the area known as the Heart of the Fraser? The Heart of the Fraser, the stretch of the Fraser between Mission and Hope, is critical to the survival of Fraser River salmon stocks. Its gravel reaches …