March 11, 2011 08:00:36
Posted By Trish Hall

The following media stories cover recent discussions at hearing for the Cohen Commission of Inquiry into the Decline of Fraser River sockeye.  The impact of climate change and disease have been key areas of focus at the hearings this week.  For more information see the Cohen Inqiry’s website.  Hearings are open to the public and are held at Federal Court, 8th Floor, at 701 West Georgia Street, Vancouver.

Watershed Watch has been active in the Cohen Inquiry as part of the Conservation and Aquaculture Coalitions.  For more information see our Fraser Sockeye Inquiry page.

Categories: Conservation News
March 2, 2011 11:49:12
Posted By Trish Hall

In November 2008, the Marine Conservation Caucus (MCC) hosted a one-day workshop to discuss a variety of issues concerning marine and freshwater conservation in BC and to explore ways to strengthen collaboration amongst the ENGO community.  Participants unanimously recommended the MCC find new ways to help share information and provide networking opportunities among conservation groups. To that end, the MCC is exploring the use of web conferencing as an efficient and cost-effective means to connect people to discuss issues of importance.

Please take a moment to complete this short survey, and share the link ( with others, to help us make our planned outreach more effective.  The closing date for the survey is March 15, 2011.

March 2, 2011 10:17:02
Posted By Trish Hall

Community Mapping Project – Opening Event

Come see the wonderful artwork, hear the stories, make the connections, enjoy the food!

March 31, 2011 – 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Rhizome Cafe – 317 East Broadway, Vancouver BC

Last year the False Creek Watershed Society organized a Community Mapping Project in the False Creek area for the public with the support of the Roundhouse Communtiy Centre and Emily Carr University. Now we have finished the project and would like to show you the finished work!

For more history see:

Speakers: Artists Wes Nahanee, Celia Brauer, Louise Towell, historian Bruce Macdonald

“Rhizome’s kitchen will be open for dinner and snacks and the cafe is fully licensed”

Entrance by donation. Raffle for artwork, art cards available for purchase

For more information email

Facebook event:!/event.php?eid=128493567222690

Canada Water Week event:

False Creek Watershed:

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