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March 24, 2010 04:27:06
Posted By Trish Hall

Alexandra Morton and Salmon Are Sacred are organizing an epic coastal walk and rally. Bringing communities together in a spring migration to remember.

Folks will be walking in from the coast and the interior of BC to merge as one in Victoria!

See the website www.salmonaresacred.org for more details.

Note that the following itinerary is subject to change. See the above website for the latest information.

  • 22nd April – Broughton Archipelago/Alert Bay/Sointula
  • 23rd April – Port Hardy/Port McNeill
  • 24th April – Nimpkish Lake
  • 25th April – Zeballos Junction
  • 26th April – Woss
  • 27th April – Sayward
  • 28th April – Quadra Island
  • 29th April – Campbell River/Courtenay/Comox
  • 30th April – Big Qualicum River/Parksville
  • 1st May – Port Alberni
  • 2nd May – Nanaimo
  • 3rd May – Ladysmith/Saltspring Island
  • 4th May – Saltspring Island
  • 5th May – Duncan
  • 6th May – Bamberton
  • 7th May – Sidney/Saanich
  • 8th May – Victoria
  • 9th May – Victoria
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March 15, 2010 04:52:03
Posted By Trish Hall

Rivers at Risk: Saving Bute Inlet from General Electric. Find out what you can do to save Bute Inlet and hundreds of BC’s rivers from poorly planned, environmentally destructive power projects and why we need to produce clean power the right way.

For more information, see the event poster links above. These meetings are sponsored by Wilderness Committee, Sierra Club BC, Watershed Watch, BC Creek Protection Society, and Friends of Bute Inlet.

Categories: Events
March 4, 2010 12:23:22
Posted By Trish Hall

Everyone is invited to an evening of music, poetry, dance and speakers to honour wild salmon and to raise awareness about wild salmon. Salmon Talks Lillooet and the St’at’imc Unity Riders present: Wild Salmon Cafe.

  • Saturday, March 20, 2010
  • Lillooet Friendship Centre, 357 Main Street, Lillooet, BC
  • 5:30pm Wild Salmon & Indian Tacos dinner by donation
  • 7:00-11:00pm Entertainers and presenters
  • See the link above for more information
Categories: Events
March 3, 2010 11:27:27
Posted By Trish Hall

An updated program is now available for the upcoming Speaking for the Salmon Summit on Fraser Sockeye Salmon: Understanding Stock Decline and Prospects for the Future. This meeting is a follow up to a scientists’ think tank in December 2009 that considered the causes for the unusal and unexpectedly low returns for Fraser sockeye in 2009. For more information seewww.sfu.ca/cstudies/science/adaptingtochange.htm.

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