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Meet our Summer Engagement Team!

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The warm weather is here and we have a brand new engagement team joining us for the summer. Ellika, Elanor, Kieran and Elise will be organizing and attending events in Victoria and around the lower mainland to meet people in …

Thank you to everyone who participated in #MyWatershedMoment!

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A big thank you to everyone who attended #MyWatershedMoment where yoga and conservation met for a Rivers Day celebration on September 28, 2014 in Colony Farm Regional Park. The event emphasized the connection between the health of ecosystems and personal well-being …

Vancouver Sun Series: State of the Salish Sea

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In a six-part series on the State of the Salish Sea, Vancouver Sun reporter Larry Pynn reports on the state of the shared inland waters of Juan de Fuca Strait, BC’s Strait of Georgia, and Washington state’s Puget Sound. Part …

Banner Year for Selective Fisheries

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The days are growing shorter, the leaves are falling to the ground, and the final salmon runs of 2011 are making their way onto the spawning grounds. For reasons both good and bad, 2011 was a remarkable year for salmon …

Times Colonist article: Will ‘Super, natural BC’ be here for your kids?

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In the Times Colonist article Will ‘Super, natural BC’ be here for your kids? James Walker, former assistant deputy minister in the provincial Ministry of Environment, and before that director of wildlife, discusses key issues that must be considered in …