Archived News

June Newsletter
We released 100,000 chum fry and 30,000 coho fry from the Nelson Creek Hatchery, signed on to help establish the Pacific Science Enterprise Centre as a world-class research facility, completed a weed pull in Hay Park and much, much more. Read more.

March newsletter
We have some interesting tasks for this year, including the Larson Creek estuary enhancement and Hadden Creek habitat improvement project developed with Capilano Golf & Country Club. Hatchery operations are in full swing with 102,000 chum and 30,000 coho fry scheduled to be released this spring. Read more.

Work Plan 2017
Our plans for 2017 include protecting the mouth of Larson Creek to improve fish passage and improving about 600 metres of salmonid habitat on upper Hadden Creek. Read more.

  • Work Plan Results 2016
    We constructed a concrete fishway on Lawson Creek, fine-tuned estuary improvements on Rodgers and advanced plans for to enhance sections of Larson, Lawson and Hadden Creeks. Read more.

  • December newsletter
    We will launch two new initiatives in the coming year – a Herring Spawn Program and expanded Citizen Science. Our student program ran well during the fall and the hatchery is active with chum salmon eggs in incubation trays and coho eggs soon to arrive. Read more.

  • September newsletter
    A busy summer saw us build a new fish ladder on Lawson Creek, continue planning for improvements to Hadden and Larson Creeks and launch two new initiatives: a herring spawn program and a citizen science program to monitor water quality in creeks. Read more.

  • June newsletter
    The Lawson Creek Fish Ladder Project is funded and construction is scheduled to start in August. Planning is underway for the restoration of Lower Lawson Creek, with new spawning and rearing habitat to be created adjaent to Navvy Jack Nature House. We now have a record number of members: 235. Read more.

  • President’s report 2016
    John Barker reports on our outreach and work programs on behalf of salmon, streams and the community at large. Read more.

  • March newsletter:
    The Lawson Creek Fish Ladder Project, scheduled for construction in August, will restore access to upper reaches of the creek for coho salmon. Final adjustments to the Rodgers Creek are planned for April to improve flow through the inter-tidal zone. Read more.

  • Work Plan 2016
    Our plans for this year include building a new fish ladder on Lawson Creek, finishing the Rodgers Creek estuary project and improving fish passage on McDonald Creek. Read more.

  • News release: Rodgers Creek project completed, with salmon-friendly improvements to the estuary and features added to protect the shoreline. Read more.

    September newsletter: We completed a number of projects over the summer in cooperation with the District of West Vancouver, including enhancing the Rodgers Creek estuary and improving fish passage in McDonald Creek at Fulton Avenue. Read more.

    June newsletter: Juvenile salmon have departed local creeks for their journey at sea, but our members are busy with streamkeeping and community projects. Read more
  • President's report 2015: President John Barker reports on a busy and productive year, the election of officers and directors, student outreach programs and much more. Read more

  • Newsletter #24 - January - March 2015
  • Work plan 2015
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