Resource: Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2011

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People love wild salmon for many reasons—their iconic nature, epic journeys, beauty, sport, nutrition, or sometimes, just simply because wild salmon are seen as “Awesome!” For all these reasons, Watershed Watch works hard to protect wild salmon and the ecosystems that rely on and support them. Through education, outreach, and work in the ‘trenches’ we believe our efforts are helping to move society toward real and lasting differences in how we conserve salmon locally and throughout our province. True to our name, we tackle an array of issues affecting salmon, such as over-fishing, over-extraction of water, unsustainable river diversion projects, current salmon farming practices, insufficient enforcement of environmental laws, and emerging climate issues.

PDF: Watershed Watch Salmon Society Annual Report – 2011