Last Fall, after the majority of the salmon run passed through the canyon, the “House rock” (image below) was broken. This rock, named for its enormous size, shifted in a winter storm in 2020 and was deemed a hazard to river users. Breaking this rock created additional barriers for fish, through the previously passable slide […]
Due to the ongoing pandemic we are not able to do any estate planning roundtables in person these days, but the Pacific Salmon Foundation are presenting a free Virtual Estate Planning Program on Wednesday, October 7th at 11 am. Guest speakers include financial and estate planning professionals who will discuss: Wills and other legal documents Strategies […]
The Seymour Salmonid Society celebrated International Rivers Day at the estuary. The Society and its volunteers alongside, Metro Vancouver, the Beaver Canoe Club, and BCIT’s Rivers Institute removed trash and invasive species and planted native shrubs. It was a great day and we would like to extend a special THANK YOU to Metro Vancouver and […]
The Seymour Salmonid Society will be hosting our Annual General Meeting via zoom on August 18th at 5:30 pm. If you are interested in joining us please register by following the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUocuuvqDwjE9ecsa8rlPOg8EuUfq2kJBaO We are also looking for nominations for new members of our Board of Directors. You can send your nomination to Nick […]
Year 5 of rock breaking is about to commence on the Seymour River Rockslide Project. Last year was the first year, since the slide occurred in 2014, that fish migrated above the slide area. Last winter also saw a 1 in a 15-year rain event. The 400+ cubic meters of water per second that raged […]
Thanks to the beautiful mural painted by Ron den Daas, the Hatchery has been added to the North Shore Culture Compass. Once the pandemic is behind us and it’s safe to open up to the public, we hope that you will come for a visit and view the stunning art work.
March 20, 2020 To our Members, Volunteers, and Friends of the Seymour Salmonid Society: With the rapidly changing landscape around COVID-19, we want to reach out to express our determination and solidarity in the face of the challenges presented by this global health crisis. We are all deeply concerned and want to ensure that […]
Wishing all our volunteers, Society members and community supporters so much happiness over the holiday season and in the year ahead.
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