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
Carihi’s Fly Fishing program is honored to have the support of the Campbell River Salmon Foundation! The money donated has been used to connect high school students in Grades 10-12 with the outdoors through the art of fly fishing. Conservation and stewardship are at...
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...
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Campbell River Salmon Foundation will be held at the office of Seymour Pacific Developments (100 St. Ann’s Road, Campbell River, B.C.) on Tuesday September 17th at 2:00 PM (Pacific...
First (Upper) Island Chinook Spawning Gravel Placement Project 2019 August 6th to August 15th – 7:00 am – 6:00pm View PDF
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Campbell River Salmon Foundation Founder and Retired Director makes the news again. Thank you Mr. Gage for all of your hard work! Read the article here.