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Community involvement in North Vancouver Island and Campbell River

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Community involvement groups

Group Contact information Details
Campbell River Fish & Wildlife Association

Wade Major
PO Box 271
Campbell River BC  V9W 5B1

Ted Kettke

Number of members/students: 40
Initiated 1991. Fry planting and stream monitoring
Campbell River Salmon Foundation

Martin Buchanan

250-923-8507 or 778-348-8507


Mark Dombowsky
7-920 Johnson St
Victoria BC  V8V 3N4


Discovery Coast Greenways Land Trust

Cynthia Bendickson
PO Box 291
Campbell River BC  V9W 5B1


Number of members/students: 80
Initiated 2000. Streamkeepers on Campbell River.
Ehattesaht First Nation - Zeballos (Nuu-chah-nulth)

Lyle Billy

Caroline Gladstone

Elmer Nabble
250-761-4227 or 250-203-2967

Friends of Marble Rivery

Grant and Debbie Anderson
PO Box 250
Port McNeill BC  V0N 2R0


Number of members/students: 10
Initiated 1981. Hatchery and rearing channel on Marble River.
Gillard Pass Fisheries Association

Rupert Gale
Campbell River


Number of members/students: 10
Initiated 1988. Satellite hatchery and habitat improvement on Phillips River, Ito Brook and Sonora Island.
Gwa'ni Hatchery (CEDP)

Hank Nelson
PO Box 210
Alert Bay BC  V0N 1A0


Nic Dedeluk

Number of members/students: 4
Initiated 1977. Hatchery on Nimpkish River.
Holberg (Cordy Creek Hatchery)

Carolina Silva
89250 Trustee Rd
Port Hardy BC


Number of members/students: 10
Initiated 1978. Hatchery on Cordy Creek.
Homalco First Nation

Sean OConnor


Klahoose First Nation

Tina Westly
PO Box 9
Squirrel Cove BC  V0P 1K0

250-935-6536 ext. 222 or 250-667-7064 (cell)

Kerry McKellar

Christine et Cecil Robinson

Number of members/students: 6
Initiated 1994. Inventory/assessment on Hansor, Cecil, Carrington, Basin and Squirrel Cove Creeks.
Mainland Enhancement Salmonid Species Society

Chris Bennet and Hannet Bennet
General Delivery,
Simoom Sound BC  V0N 2P0


Number of members/students: 6-8
Initiated 1982. Hatchery on Scott Cove.
Nimpkish Valley Rod and Gun Club (Woss Community Hatchery)

Ray Lutz
PO Box 5127
Woss BC V0N 3P0


Number of members/students: 8
Initiated 1996. Hatchery on Nimpkish River.
Northern Vancouver Island Salmonid Enhancement Association (NVISEA) (CEDP) (Quatse River Hatchery)

Lorraine Landry
PO Box 104
Port Hardy BC  V0N 2P0

Initiated 1977. Two hatcheries (one PIP), habitat assessment and restoration on Quatse River and Marble River.
Nunns Creek Streamkeepers

Campbell River

Number of members/students: 5
Initiated 1998. Inventory/assessment/habitat restoration on Nunns Creek.
Oyster Bay Streamkeepers

Campbell River

Number of members/students: 12
Initiated 1995. Inventory and assessment on Oyster Bay.
Port McNeill Chinook Club (Kokish River Hatchery)

Ken Kollman
PO Box 552
Port McNeill BC  V0N 2R0

250-956-3518 or 250-956-4134

Number of members/students: 12-15
Hatchery on Kokish River.
Quadra Island Salmon Enhancement Society

Jannis McLean
PO Box 413
Quathiaski Cove BC V0P 1N0

Number of members/students: 20
Initiated 1978. Hatchery, stewardship, education and restoration on Quadra Island streams.
Quatsino First Nations

Carole Perrault


Sayward Fish and Game Association

Richard Glover
PO Box 154
Sayward BC  V0P 1R0


Number of members/students: 6
Initiated 1978. Hatchery, colonization and education on Memekay and Salmon Rivers.
Simms Creek Stewards

Bob Tonkin
Campbell River


Number of members/students: 12
Initiated 2002. Inventory/assessment/habitat creation on Simms Creek.
Storie Creek Streamkeepers

Grant Ericksen
Campbell River


Number of members/students: 12
Initiated 1994. Inventory/assessment/habitat creation on Stories and Woods Creeks.
Willow Creek Watershed Society

Charles DeSorcy
Campbell River

250-923-3612 or 250-203-1854

Number of members/students: 8
Initiated 1997. Inventory/Assessment of Willow Creek.

Education activity

Group School incubators Students Dissections Details
Vancouver Island North school district 19 600 10 20 schools, 1 band office, 1 daycare. 22 classes directly involved with SIC. However, many more programs other than SIC offered with far more classes being served - Beach Studies, Marine Mammal Studies, Sustainability Studies, Water Awareness, Humpbacks.

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