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The greatest river in Canada. Honour and protect her

Wild Salmon Center The Skeena River is one of the world’s remaining wild salmon strongholds and is under immense pressure from a foreign company’s Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) development. http://ift.tt/2gRHQSf More info: http://ift.tt/2h865b1

It’s amazing just how many animals depend on salmon. Nice message

Olympic National Park I went looking for spawning salmon and found a fishing bobcat. Standing on the bridge watching the fish struggle upstream, I just happened to catch this Hoh inhabitant catching breakfast. You never know what you might come across even on a quiet snowy morning. Ranger Lee More info: http://ift.tt/2hwQguX

Salmon Dodge Traffic [Video]

Watch this video of salmon crossing dodging traffic on a washed out road! https://www.theweathernetwork.com/videos/Gallery/salmon-dodge-traffic-to-cross-washed-out-road/sharevideo/5236014612001

Saugeen Shores Says No To Hydroelectric at Dennys

Natel Energy of California wants to build a hydroelectric power plant at Denny’s Dam. Saugeen Shores declined the request which was an upstanding move on behalf of the municipality. Read the full story: http://www.bayshorebroadcasting.ca/news_item.php?NewsID=89375

This is California. The question we need to ask is what exactly is Ontario or in fact Canada doing for our rivers and our fish?

Wild Steelhead Coalition California’s Eel, Klamath, and Smith Rivers are steelhead strongholds and can have a bright future if we continue to fight for them. California Trout #wildsteelhead More info: http://ift.tt/2gvc61G

It’s important

Wild Steelhead Coalition In honor of our 15-year anniversary, we’re proud to release a new short film that pays homage to wild steelhead and the great work our members have accomplished over the last 15 years. Please take a few minutes to watch the film and donate $15 to ensure that we can continue to […]

They are coming down. They have to come down.

Save Our Wild Salmon The Pacific Northwest used to be home to the greatest salmon rivers in the world. They became part of Northwestern identity. But four dams on the Lower Snake River have been blocking salmon passage, pushing the fish to the brink of extinction. People are fighting back. The generation that remembered the […]

Support Bruce Power

Support Bruce Power The following came across my desk earlier today. I think Bruce Power does enough to have our support on this matter. Please take the time to make your decision. Who knows, one day they may own Maple Hill or at least support a better fishway than what is sitting up there right […]

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