This project involves restoring several important salmonid watercourses in the upper Squamish River Watershed, including High Falls Creek (adjacent to the Daisy Reservoir Penstocks), Branch 100 Creek, and Mile 22 Creek, to improve access for salmon stocks (including Coho, Chum,
Pink, Steelhead, and Chinook) and provide overwintering, rearing, and spawning habitat. The project will also increase habitat features, such as boulder clusters and Large Woody Debris (LWD) structures.
We’re looking for two new public representatives We are looking for two new public representatives to join our Coastal Region board. Both should bring a regional perspective to the board table, represent a broad range […]
Review our regional guidance for grant applicants before starting your grant application. Project priorities, mandatory and optional requirements, and the approach to early engagement with Indigenous and First Nations vary by region.
Portage Creek Chinook Conservation Enhancement In 2020, six females from the declining Portage Creek Chinook population and 11 males were spawned, resulting in an egg take of 27,020, and about 4,000 offspring were safely released […]