The Skeena watershed is home to 60,000 people
The Skeena watershed is one of the world’s last, large, intact wild salmon ecosystems that is also inhabited by a significant human population.learn more
Over 80 per cent of Skeena residents interact with wild salmon
Skeena salmon and steelhead are a major economic driver in the region, generating more than $100 million annually into the local economy.learn more
New Study Finds Skeena Sockeye Diversity Has Declined by 70%...
Report Finds Contamination and Monitoring Issues at Closed Babine Lake...
Today, SkeenaWild and the BC Mining Law Reform network released...
“The complexity, diversity and resilience of the Skeena and its people provide us a unique opportunity to do what needs to be done, to protect these fish and the communities and people that depend on them.”
Greg Knox, SkeenaWild Executive Director
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