North Shore News - November 2, 2017: Chinook return to Brothers Creek a 'small miracle of nature' Read more
Next Streamkeepers Meeting: The next meeting will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church starting at 7:30 p.m. Read more.
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.
President’s report 2016 – 2017
John Barker reports on community outreach and work programs on behalf of salmon and streams in the last fiscal year. Read more
Directors and officers for 2017 – 2018
Directors and officers appointed following the Society’s annual general meeting in May. Read more
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.
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.
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.