Two men with their backs to the camera lean through tall green grass to hold a net submerged in a river next to a small white motor boat on a cloudy day. There are two women working on the boat behind the men and the next as well.

Expertise in Salmon Conservation? We’re Hiring!

We’re hiring!⠀

If you have expertise in salmon conservation we are looking for a coordinator of our Lower Fraser Salmon Conservation program.

Over the past four years, Raincoast has been actively engaging community members in the Lower Fraser to discuss the concept of a vision for salmon habitat. This has included leading a series of workshops to discuss issues, concerns and considerations in developing and implementing this vision. The priority for this is role is to support and coordinate Raincoast’s efforts to create and establish such a plan, including working with indigenous partners and others to develop potential governance structures that recognize the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). ⠀

We need to think big and be bold to create a shift in the scale of ambitions for salmon habitat management, restoration and protection in the Lower Fraser. This is your opportunity to play a part.⠀
We are already leading a long term research in the Fraser River estuary focused on understanding juvenile salmon presence, timing and distribution. We are also beginning to remove barriers to their migration across the estuary.⠀

Tag a friend who you think could be a good fit and follow the link in our bio to find out more! ⠀
⠀ 📷 Michael O Snyder


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