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.
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.
In this issue: 2017 – Lake Babine Nation Fisheries Program:Taking the salmon by the tail, Life in the classroom, Mossom Creek hatchery rises form the ashes like a Phoenix, Wild Salmon Policy Consultations: Phase 3 Schedule, 2017 Community Workshop: Thanks to all participants, SEP Community Workshop recap, Urban Ecosystem Restoration Across Municipal Borders: The Return of Salmon to Still Creek, Final Report on Fisheries Act changes, Marine Protected Areas are special places, Watershed Stewardship and Natural Habitat Reads, References & Resources, Indigenous Water Initiatives: Achievements and Capacity Gaps, The First Nations Fisheries Council, and Salmon site-ings.
In this issue: 2017 – a year to celebrate: Canada’s 150th and SEP’s 40th Anniversary, Then and now...keeping the public eye on SEP, Lessons learned: Consistency pays off in Langley coho return, 2017 SEP Community Workshop coming soon, 20-year-old strategic review of fisheries resources for the South Thompson-Shuswap habitat management area updated, Courtenay’s École Puntledge Park Elementary celebrates first Salmon Day with festival and mural unveiling, Intensive care for salmon in Parksville, Pacific Streamkeepers Federation, Salmonids in the classroom worldwide: Spotlight on New Zealand, and Salmon site-ings.
The Salmonid Enhancement Program has been active in communities across B.C. and the Yukon for 40 years. Unique to the Pacific Region, it has evolved into a valued program working to restore and conserve Pacific salmon stocks.
In this issue: Celebrating 40 years of SEP, Seymour River Rock Slide Mitigation Project Update, A New Mural Showcases Stream Restoration Work, Off-Channel Habitat Provides the "Real Meal Deal", Lost Shoe Creek Smolt Trap Monitoring Project, An Author's Story: Ecology of Salmonids in Estuaries around the World - Finally in Print, Brooklyn Creek: Salmon Habitat Restoration in an Urban Watershed, Shoring up solutions: Green Shores Program Helps Communities and Homeowners Protect and Restore Shoreline Ecosystems, and a Green Bylaws Toolkit.
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