Site 7‐IV: In the lower Campbell River system, gravel recruitment is an ongoing footprint issue due to the blockage of natural gravel recruitment from the upper river, caused by the construction of the John Hart Generating Facility in 1947. This project is part of an ongoing gravel recruitment program on the Campbell River and will result in the reconstruction of an 1800 square‐metre spawning gravel pad in an historically significant area for Chinook, Coho, Chum and Steelhead populations.
Building awareness of salmon in the Shuswap River Watershed Salmon awareness programs, led by the Kingfisher Interpretive Centre, reached approximately 2,300 students, teachers, and adults. The programs aim to foster support for the long-term survival […]
Assessing white-nose syndrome mitigation options in the Stave River Watershed Bat roosts at two Stave sites have been inoculated with a probiotic-laden clay powder to protect against WNS in this project by the Wildlife Conservation […]
Over a quarter of a million Chinook smolts released in effort to rebuild population Every year, the FWCP contributes to the Puntledge River Hatchery in Courtenay to support the production of Chinook and help rebuild […]