StreamTalk

StreamTalk, "the newsletter for stewards of salmonids and their habitat", is published collaboratively by Fisheries and Oceans Canada and stewardship, enhancement, education, and streamkeeper groups in B.C. and the Yukon that care for salmon and their habitat. For more information or to submit an article, please contact Joanne Day.

StreamTalk - Volume 24 | Number 2 | Fall 2019

In this issue: Pacific Streamkeepers Federation, Family Fishing Weekend, Fish Passage, Big Bar Landslide, Swimming Along With the PSF, Don Lowen Retirement, Supporting Salmon Research, Sustaining Salmon Facts, Salmon Site-ings

Read StreamTalk - Volume 24 | Number 2 | Fall 2019

StreamTalk - Volume 24 | Number 1 | Spring 2019

In this issue:2019 International Year of the Salmon, Salmon science on the high seas, "Life in the salmonsphere", Campbell River restoration, 2019 SEP Community Workshop, Second Island Side Channel, Citizen scientists on front lines, Chilcotin salmonid art, Rain gardens for salmon, ‘Shoring up community engagement and Salmon bring people together

Read StreamTalk - Volume 24 | Number 1 | Spring 2019

StreamTalk - Volume 23 | Number 6 | Fall 2018

In this issue: A diverting tale, The art of salmon, Tla’amin Hatchery anniversary, Species awareness campaign, UN World Oceans Day, Spruce City Wildlife, Welcome Post Project, Rob Bell-Irving retires, Streamkeepers Update, George Hungerford Award, Careers in stewardship and Salmon site-ings.

Read StreamTalk - Volume 23 | Number 6 | Fall 2018

StreamTalk - Volume 23 | Number 5 | Spring 2018

In this issue: 2018 – Celebrating nature, Student Streamkeepers–Counting on the future, The Pull of the Net: Commercial Fishing in Canada, In Memorium: Gavin Grubb, Looking and moving forward, Coming this fall - A drama of epic proportions unfolds: The 2018 Adams River Sockeye Run, Fisheries Act Update, Reflections on a DFO career, Bringing a shine back to yellow fish signs in the Comox Valley, Wild Salmon Policy (WSP) Update, Salmon site-ings.

Read StreamTalk - Volume 23 | Number 5 | Spring 2018