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Apply for the Stewardship Community Bursary

Do you have experience volunteering in aquatic stewardship? Are you enrolled in an education or training program aimed at a career in salmon recovery? We want to help! If you are a full-time student in good standing in at least your second year of an accredited program, please apply here. Application deadline is October 30. 





Announcing the Pacific Salmon Explorer

 A data-driven look at the status of salmon populations and their habitats, including:

  • Sixty years of stock assessment data on Skeena River salmon populations;
  • Interactive maps displaying the risk to freshwater salmon habitats from human and environmental pressures;
  • A snapshot of the baseline condition of the Skeena River estuary;

If you want to dive in deeper to the data, just follow the download data icons for access to source datasets. Take our new tool for a “test drive” and share with your friends!


Calling all Artists!

The Pacific Salmon Foundation is calling for artists to enter artwork in  the 2017/2018 Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition.The winning image will be selected to produce the 2017/2018 stamp.  Fisheries and Oceans Canada issues the Salmon Conservation Stamp, which is purchased and affixed to the license of each tidal water angler who wishes to retain any species of salmon. Click 'learn more' for more information, and to download the entry form and rules and regulations



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