STANDING UP FOR BC’S WILD SALMON


Watershed Watch is a science-based charity that advocates for the conservation of BC’s wild salmon.

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    CUTS TO THE SALMONID ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM WILL BE REVERSED!

    BREAKING NEWS: we have heard that the gov’t will reverse the cuts to the Salmon Enhancement Program. Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen!  

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    HISTORIC SOCKEYE RELEASE CEREMONY

    The Kwikwetlem First Nation led a ceremony on April 20, 2017 to release the first of some 5,000 juvenile sockeye in an important step to restore sockeye to the Coquitlam River

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    DEFEND THE WILD SALMON POLICY

    The politicians and bureaucrats think they can get away with weakening protection for BC’s wild salmon. Let them know how wrong they are!

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    CONNECTED WATERS

    Re-connecting waterways and restoring habitat- from Katzie Slough to tributaries of the lower Fraser watershed. Sign the petition and join our campaign.  

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    WILD SALMON NEED SAFE PASSAGE

    Open-net salmon farms put our wild fish stocks at risk. That’s why we launched our Safe Passage campaign. Help send a message to the Minister of Fisheries by signing & sharing this:  www.safepassage4salmon.ca  

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    WE NEED YOUR HELP

    You can make a difference – DONATE. The more of us that get involved, the better off our wild salmon will be.    

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Latest Updates

Local Artist Fundraising for Wild Salmon and Watershed Watch

Local artist, Sarah Clement, is selling a limited edition print to raise funds for Watershed Watch! Sarah was the ‘artist in residence’ for the Wild About Vancouver outdoor education festival and has started a blog series called “Changemakers.” We are thrilled …

September 25, 2017

Local Clothing Company Donates T-shirt Sales to Help Save Wild Salmon

“It’s time we take a stand against big business and the government and start putting our environment first,” Noel Fox, Hook and Vice founder, avid fly fisher. Hook and Vice, a local outdoor clothing company, is standing up for B.C.’s wild …

September 22, 2017
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