‘Super-historic’-scale salmon rescue making waves in North Vancouver’s Seymour River

North Vancouver, BC: JUNE 29, 2016 -- A fish fence is constructed on the Seymour River in North Vancouver, BC as part of a fish rescue program undertaken by the Seymour Salmonid Society Wednesday, June 29, 2016.A fish fence is constructed on the Seymour River in North Vancouver as part of a fish-rescue program undertaken by the Seymour Salmonid Society on Wednesday. JASON PAYNE / PNG


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'Super-historic'-scale salmon rescue making waves in Seymour River

Seymour River Endangered


Last week the Outdoor Recreation Council on BC announced their 2016 Endangered Rivers List and the Seymour River was on the top. Mark Angelo, council chair, made the announcement at a press release at Swinburn Drive on the lower Seymour. He interviewed staff, Brian and Marc as well as Eric, our broodstock angler and board member.

We are grateful to the Council for acknowledging the urgency of this critical situation facing the Seymour River. Clearly not a list that we want to stay on, we are working very hard with all our partners, who include Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish Nations, Metro Van, DFO, the District and City of North Van, and the Province, to mitigate the impacts of the rockslide and allow fish migration upstream once again.”  –  Brian Smith

Below is a link to a radio show that covered the story:

Global News coverage of the Endangered Rivers announcement:


CBC News coverage:

Carrying Fish in Backpacks to Save Salmon on the Seymour River

Migrating salmon up the Seymour River get human help to make it past a massive rock slide that came down in the area in December 2014. Fish are trapped, carried in backpacks up 140+ stairs and then trucked to a hatchery to continue their lifecycle.

To read full article posted in Metro Vancouver’s blog.



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