Greg Taylor: 2024 Season Outlook

Watershed Watch’s Greg Taylor gives his 2024 Season Outlook across BC. He discusses Ocean Wise’s seal of approval for 14 B.C. chinook and sockeye fisheries, reflects on Alaskan Interception Fisheries and gives a deep dive into each regions fisheries forecast.

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10 Years After Mount Polley: Lessons Learned

August 4th marks the 10th anniversary of the catastrophic dam failure at Mount Polley, an open-pit copper mine near Quesnel, B.C. The collapse released 25 million cubic meters, the equivalent of 10,000 Olympic swimming pools, of tailings and water into critical sockeye salmon habitat.

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Summer Series: Skeena & North Coast Fisheries Updates 2024

SkeenaWild Executive Director Greg Knox and Fisheries Biologist Kaitlin Yehle, outline this season’s preliminary outlook and in-season updates for salmon and steelhead across the North Coast, Skeena and other tributaries in Northwest B.C. They also give updates on the current environmental conditions to give you up-to-date information on the actual returns we’re seeing.

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