New waterline installed to incubation building, new holding pen installed with new decking, non skid deck being replaced, coho brood stock from new holding pen.
Salmon River - Tidal Slough | The Nature Trust of British Columbia
The objectives of the works continues to be to complex the stream (increase meandering and pool numbers and depth), remove silts from the native spawning beds and to create instream protective cover for both juvenile fish and spawning chum salmon. Instream works took...
First (Upper) Island Chinook Spawning Gravel Placement Project 2019 August 6th to August 15th – 7:00 am – 6:00pm View PDF
Storey Creek Golf Club Fish Passage Improvement Project – Hole # 14 Project Background The proposed project is within the Storey Creek Golf Course which encompasses both the Storey Creek and Woods Creek watersheds. The project site is within the Woods Creek watershed...
Haig-Brown Kingfisher Creek Restoration 2015-2016
Quinsam Final Review Dec 5 2016 Quinsam Project Reference Map with Photos Quinsam River Proposal Map Quinsam Fish Passage Construction Report Final
Over 2500 adult Chinook returned to the Phillips River to spawn in 2014—exceeding 2013 as the biggest return in decades! This is the third consecutive year with over 2000 fish and continues the strong rebuilding trend seen in recent years. Download the PDF report
Salmon RiverPrepared by Kenvin Pellett of the BC Conservation Foundation Sections of the Salmon River and tributaries have been enriched with different combinations of fertilizers and application locations for over 20 years. A review of nutrient enrichment...