In 1913 a railway blast sent hundreds of tons of rock into the Fraser River, blocking the path of thousands of returning salmon.

This commemoration ceremony marks 100 Years of cooperation between the Canadian Government, the US Government, First Nations and US Tribes working together to help Wild Salmon make it past Hell's Gate on the Fraser River to their traditional spawning grounds.

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Wild Pacific Salmon Sustainabiity

Allan Baedak PRO

More than 130 species of plants and animals depend on salmon: from algae and mosses to bears, whales and people. For salmon to survive and thrive, these genetically diverse fish need access to healthy habitat, food, good water quality and enough water…


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More than 130 species of plants and animals depend on salmon: from algae and mosses to bears, whales and people. For salmon to survive and thrive, these genetically diverse fish need access to healthy habitat, food, good water quality and enough water in streams. Achieving healthy, sustainable and naturally diverse Pacific salmon stocks requires time, money and dedicated people.

The Pacific Salmon Foundation was established in 1987 as an independent, non-governmental, charitable organization to protect, conserve and rebuild wild Pacific salmon populations in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory.

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