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The #SalmonRoadTrip was launched to raise funds and engage a new generation of volunteers in grassroots salmon stewardship supported by the Pacific Salmon Foundation's (PSF)  Community Salmon Program. Starting September 8, the #SalmonRoadTrip PSF Boler will follow the migration route of the Sockeye upstream stopping at nine communities along the Fraser River and arriving in Salmon Arm at Tsútswecw Park for the quadrennial Salute to the Sockeye Festival. PSF has partnered with Save On Foods to host events in nine communities along the way. And when you post photos of your own salmon road trip on twitter, instagram or facebook, you can win the roadtrip prize package (image gallery) donated by Stanley, Pro Line Sports and Postmark Brewing. Whether it's going fishing, hiking along a local stream or visiting a hatchery - show us what your #SalmonRoadTrip looks like. And don't forget to hashtag so we can find you!
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Join us at the following Save On Foods for appetizers, refreshments and a chance to learn about wild salmon restoration efforts in your community! And when you donate $2 or more, you will be entered to win a Breville Smoking Gun, a case of frozen Sockeye Salmon fillets and one BC Coastal Cedar Grilling Plank. 

Saturday, September 8 ♦ Save On Foods: North Vancouver (Capilano) ♦ 11 AM - 1 PM
Sunday, September 9 ♦  Save On Foods: Coquitlam (Pinetree) ♦ 11 AM - 1 PM 
Friday, September 14 ♦ Save On Foods: Langley (Willoughby) ♦ 4 PM - 6 PM
Saturday, September 15 ♦ Save On Foods: Mission ♦ 11 AM - 1 PM
Sunday, September 16 ♦ Save On Foods: Chilliwack ♦ 11 AM - 1 PM
Friday, September 21 ♦ Save On Foods: Princeton ♦ 4 PM - 6 PM
Saturday, September 22 ♦ Save On Foods: Merritt ♦ 11 AM - 1 PM
Sunday, September 23 ♦ Save On Foods: Kamloops (Sahali) ♦ 11 AM - 1 PM
Monday, September 24  ♦ Save On Foods: Salmon Arm  ♦ 4 PM - 6 PM 
Friday, September 28 - Sunday, October 21 ♦ Roderick Haig Brown Park: Salute to Sockeye Festival ♦ 8 AM - 4 PM



Wild salmon in British Columbia benefit from a legion of volunteers called 'streamkeepers,' and the Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF) supports these streamkeepers through grants from our Community Salmon Program. The Program supports about 35,000 volunteers across the province who operate community hatcheries, monitor and restore local habitat, and deliver salmon education to local schools. But, every year PSF is forced to turn away roughly half of qualified project applications due to lack of funding. From September 8 to September 24, Save On Foods customers will have the opportunity to support these volunteers by making a $2 or $5 donation that will enter you to win a Breville Smoking Gun, a case of frozen Sockeye Salmon fillets and one BC Coastal Cedar Grilling Plank. 

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