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This Waterway Is Not A Ditch

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Last year, I joined Watershed Watch for a canoe tour and garbage clean-up on the Katzie Slough in Pitt Meadows. I live in Coquitlam, and while I had heard about the Katzie Slough over the years, I had never visited …

Defending the Heart of the Fraser: Lina Azeez

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Have you heard about our campaign to defend the Heart of the Fraser? Plans have been submitted for  agricultural development of two sensitive gravel islands in an area known as the Heart of the Fraser. The Heart of the Fraser, the stretch …

Safe Passage Campaign Update: Stan Proboszcz

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It’s never a dull moment, when it comes to our salmon farming campaign. In December, an agreement between First Nations and the province of B.C. was announced right before the holidays. The ‘Namgis, Kwikwasutinuxw Haxwa’mis and Mamalilikulla First Nations, along …

B.C. Local Governments vote for wild salmon at UBCM

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It’s a moment to celebrate! Last week, at the Union of B.C. Municipalities conference in Whistler, local government representatives from all over the province passed three important resolutions for wild salmon. Resolution A2 – Protecting Local Waterways & Wild Fish …

Come mapping with Jessica Weiss and Watershed Watch!

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Our Connected Waters campaign has exciting plans for the summer! In addition to our riparian restoration work, we’ll be conducting field surveys of flood infrastructure to support the mapping exercise we undertook last year. To better understand what’s going on …