Thanks to everyone who came out tonight to learn about the road to recovery for the Southern Resident killer whales at the temple of stoke! It all starts with recovering Fraser River Chinook salmon populations!
Some incredible and heartwarming news – a new Southern Resident Killer Whale has been born bringing their population up to 76. ⠀The Southern Resident Killer Whales are still critically endangered. We’re working to save them. You can help! Take action.⠀
We are getting a little frothy about tonight’s Groundswell screening Patagonia Vancouver, 7 pm at Temple of Stoke. We are looking forward to…
Today the Fraser Connectivity Project team is heading out in the heat conducting marsh vegetation surveys in our project and sampling areas! Thanks to Daniel Stewart and Ducks Unlimited-BC for training us last week, today we put our new skills to the test!
Great to see DFO fisheries minister Wilkinson and minister Popham talking an interest in restoring the Fraser River watershed, thanks Fraser watershed initiative!
We are continuing to see positive results for our habitat connectivity project in the Fraser Estuary. Young Salmon are still using the breaches we created in the Steveston Jetty to access Sturgeon Bank. “The best investment both for chinook salmon and for southern resident killer whales is in restoring wild salmon populations — getting away…