Tag Archives: Craig Orr

Craig Orr Teaching SFU Course on Natural Resource Planning on July 15th

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Watershed Watch Conservation Advisor Craig Orr has been asked by Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Environment to teach a course on July 15, 2016 entitled: Natural Resources Planning Using Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. Working with Open Standards …

Great article profiling Craig Orr in the Tri-City News

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It’s hard to fit an accomplished career into a single newspaper article, but the Tri-City News article Craig Orr retires from helm at Watershed Watch provides a great overview of many of the successes and accomplishments Craig has helped make possible in …

Craig Orr to step down as Executive Director of Watershed Watch after 16 years at the helm

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The founder and executive director of one of British Columbia’s foremost wild salmon advocacy organizations will step down at the end of 2014. “Change is part of life,” says Dr. Craig Orr. “Watershed Watch has recently gone through an exciting …

Polley Mine Tailings Pond Breach Potentially Devastating for Salmon

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On the morning of Monday, August 4, 2014, the containment wall of a tailings pond at the Mount Polley mine ruptured spilling a vast amount of contaminated water into the river systems downstream from the mine. Unfortunately, this occurred just …

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 …