Save the Wild Salmon – What Can We Do to Help?

farmed atlantic salmon

by Tamiko Suzuki

The Environment Team is proud to sponsor an evening of education and fundraising  where we will hear from Indigenous leaders working to remove open-net fish farms from their waters. Julia McIntyre-Smith and Chiefs Ernest Alfred and Willie Moon will speak of the relationship between the wild salmon, the environment and their Indigenous communities. Dr. David Suzuki will talk of the science linking fish farms to the decrease in wild stocks.

Spawning wild salmon

This will be a powerful, moving evening and you will come away with new appreciation for the imperiled wild salmon and the Peoples whose cultures they are so entwined with.

The talk will be held in the Sanctuary, followed by refreshments and a silent auction in Hewett Hall.

There you  will also find tables set aside to brain

storm ways to further help the wild salmon defenders.

We will post here decisions made to carry on this initiative.

 

Julia McIntyre-Smith’s Youtube Channel

 

 

Entry by donation (suggested $20)

Doors open to the Sanctuary at 6:30pm. Feb. 16, 2018

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