Marc Guimond, Seymour Salmonid Society

Marc Guimond

Hatchery Manager

Marc grew up in Toronto and attended the University of Guelph, earning a degree in Biological Sciences in 1995. In 1997 he moved to Vancouver and volunteered at the Vancouver Aquarium teaching students about marine invertebrates. The following year, Marc joined the Society. He oversees all aspects of salmonid production and monitoring.

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Sasha Gale, Seymour Salmonid Society

Sasha Gale

Program Coordinator

Sasha grew up on the BC Coast. She attained a diploma in Environmental Studies from Langara College in 2009 and continued her studies at BCIT in 2010 in the Fish, Wildlife and Recreational Management program. After receiving her diploma she went on to complete a Bachelor of Science in Ecological Restoration in 2015. She worked on the Estuary Projects on the North Shore and as an Environmental Consultant for the City of Richmond prior to being hired at the Seymour Hatchery in January 2016.

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Reece Fowler, Seymour Salmonid Society

Reece Fowler

Environmental Coordinator

Prior to working with us, Reece volunteered regularly at the hatchery and was previously employed at Golder, a consulting firm. Reece is originally from New Zealand where he obtained his PhD in Freshwater Ecology. He is also a passionate fisherman and conversationalist. 

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