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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 …

BC’s Wild Salmon: A United Call for Action

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society coordinated a sign-on letter to Minister Tootoo regarding key items in the Minister’s mandate letter pertaining to wild Pacific salmon. The letter has been signed by numerous First Nations, conservation and fishing organizations, and esteemed British …

Unplugged, but much more connected

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The other day I joined my daughter’s grade 4 class on a field trip to the Seymour Watershed. Since watershed and salmon conservation have been the foundation of my career for over 14 years, I was excited to go. Plus, …

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Connected Waters

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New research from David Scott on flood protection and fish in the lower Fraser River region- and our Connected Waters campaign- is profiled in the Vancouver Sun. Join us for a Katzie Slough canoe tour on Saturday. To learn more about our …

BC Snow Survey & Water Supply Bulletin

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“With very low snow packs in the Central Coast, Skagit, Stikine and Liard, and low snow packs in the Upper Fraser, Nechako, Skeena and Northwest the risk for low flows this summer are elevated. Elsewhere in the province, limited seasonal …