Science and research is one of the pillars of the work SkeenaWild has embarked on over the last 15 years. Now more than ever we need good, solid, quantifiable data that will help us better understand what is happening to our plant, the environments in which we live and how a changing climate, impacts to habitat, and human interactions are affecting Skeena Salmon.
One of those amazing people is Allison Oliver, she’s an aquatic ecologist with the Skeena Fisheries Commission. She’s worked extensively throughout the Skeena Watershed over the last several years and knows just how critical natural spaces and salmon are for everyone in this part of the world.
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