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Wild Fish Trapped: Incidental Catch in the Salmon Farming Industry

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Report Title: Wild Fish Trapped: Incidental Catch in the Salmon Farming Industry Author: Stan Proboszcz, Watershed Watch Salmon Society Date: June 2019 Full Report: PDF Background: In recent years, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has been criticized by numerous high profile and independent …

Collaborative Solutions for Finfish Aquaculture Farms in the Broughton Area: Steering Committee Recommendations

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This report is the consensus Recommendations reached by the Steering Committee under the Letter of Understanding signed June 27, 2018 by the Province of British Columbia and the Kwikwasut’inuxw Haxwa’mis, ‘Namgis, and Mamalilikulla First Nations. PDF: Collaborative Solutions for Finfish Aquaculture …

Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2017

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In 2017, we hit our stride in organizing citizens to stand up for wild salmon. PDF: Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2017

Sign-on Letter from Living Oceans to Fisheries and Oceans Canada re: Aquaculture Act consultations

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society signed on to Living Oceans Society’s letter proposing guiding principles for Fisheries and Oceans Canada to consider during the preparation of recommendations for the new Aquaculture Act.  See the full PDF of the letter and guiding principles …

Disconnected Waters: Flood Control Infrastructure Impacting Salmon Habitat in the Lower Fraser

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Our Disconnected Waters Map shows flood control infrastructure impacting salmon habitat in the lower Fraser River. Disconnected Waters Map