In 2015, the Salish Sea Marine Survival Project completed its first year of field research to determine what was killing our salmon in the Salish Sea. The Project is addressing all potential factors from an ecosystem perspective, factors such as predation, climate change, loss of habitat, loss of forage fish and disease to name a few. The goal of the Project is to restore wild Coho, Chinook and Steelhead populations in the Salish Sea which have declined by about 90%. Cenovus Energy has been a generous financial supporter.