Volunteer Appreciation Week

It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week!!! We would like to send out a heartfelt THANK YOU to all our amazing volunteers! We rely on your generous help for so much of what we do. The beautiful Seymour River watershed is better because of the countless hours you’ve put in.

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World Water Day

World Water Day 2018: “Streamkeepers is advocating for the introduction of municipal incentives for permeable – or ‘green’ – surfaces,” wrote Glen Parker, North Shore Streamkeepers, in an opinion piece about rainwater management and “changing the way we do business” in Metro Vancouver’s North Shore region World Water Day 2018: “Streamkeepers is advocating for the […]

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North Shore News Article

We are optimistic that we will see fish passage restored soon but ultimately it will be determined by river conditions. This year might be the last year of rock breaking but there will likely be some fine tuning needed in the following years. See article here: http://www.nsnews.com/news/seymour-salmon-project-a-year-away-from-completion 1.23209203

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Save it Forward

The Society would like to send a huge THANK YOU to the Loblaw’s Save it Forward program. We received a cheque for $646.74 today. We can spend this money on our education programs, helping us bring more kids up into the beautiful watershed. Another thank you to all the people who participated in the program […]

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Salmonids in the Classroom Program Celebrates 37 Years

Original post: North Vancouver School District website (https://www.sd44.ca/District/LearnShareGrow/default.aspx#/view/316) Contributor: Katherine Kee, Principal, Cove Cliff Secondary School The Salmonids in the Classroom program was first introduced into the North Vancouver School District in 1981. This is the 37th year the program has been operating in the school district. From a small beginning, the program has continued to […]

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Save it Forward at Superstore

The Save It Forward program is back in the New Year! Running in Real Canadian Superstore (Seymour Parkway, North Vancouver) from January 17th until February 10th. You save and Superstore donates to the Society. For more information check out the link below. http://ristaging.ca/SIF/nofrills/index.html

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THANK YOU!

The Seymour Salmonid Society would like to acknowledge and thank the Eric Godot Andersen Fund at the Vancouver Foundation for your generous donation to the Seymour Salmonid Society. Sincere gratitude, the Staff and Board of Directors      

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Coho spawning

We are halfway through spawning our coho broodstock for the season. Around 40 more pairs to go. The females get checked weekly and those that are ripe (ready) are spawned. To try to maintain genetic diversity, wild fish are used whenever possible and the milt from two males are used for each female’s eggs.  

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