Aerial photo of Site 7-IV Oct 2016 Photo: Campbell River Salmon Foundation
Follow our Campbell River Gravel Restoration Strategy
The mainstem Campbell River is important for spawning Chinook Salmon. In 2018, the FWCP funded a multi-stakeholder process to develop a strategy for salmon spawning habitat enhancement and monitoring in the Lower Campbell River. The Campbell River Gravel Strategy identifies priority spawning sites for restoration.
If you are proposing a project for gravel monitoring (priority action #23), or salmon spawning habitat restoration (priority action #13), in the Lower Campbell River it must align with this strategy. Contact our Coastal Region Manager for more information.
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