Tag Archives: Coquitlam River

Craig Orr discusses Coquitlam River restoration projects, and funding by BC Hydro, in Tri-City News article

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The Tri-City News article BC Hydro funds Coquitlam River salmon projects gives an overview of projects to restore the Coquitlam River that are being funded by the BC Hydro Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program. Watershed Watch Executive Director, Craig Orr discusses …

First Sockeye of the Year Returns to Coquitlam River

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A female sockeye salmon arrived in the Coquitlam River and was successfully trapped and transported past the dam to Coquitlam Lake on August 6, 2013.  This transport project is being managed by Watershed Watch and the Kwikwetlem First Nation and …

Watershed Watch study profiled in Now News article: Study of Coquitlam River takes a unique approach

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The Tri-Cities Now News article Study of Coquitlam River takes a unique approach profiles Watershed Watch’s study examining the spiritual and physical satisfaction people get from living around the Coquitlam River. “The public survey is set up online at www.placespeak.com, and …

Watershed Watch is seeking input on how the Coquitlam watershed affects people’s general well-being

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society, a Coquitlam-based salmon conservation charity, is seeking feedback on ecosystem services and well-being in the Coquitlam watershed to promote watershed planning and resilience-based ecosystem stewardship. “Watershed Watch, working with the Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable, has selected …

Watershed Watch and Kwikwetlem Reforestation Project Improves Habitat on Coquitlam River

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society and the Kwikwetlem First Nation are proud to announce a significant reforestation project on the Coquitlam River. Where there were once farm fields, there are now 1.5 acres of new streamside forest that will help feed …