1/9
Line separator

HELP PROTECT
OUR STREAMS

The West Vancouver Streamkeeper Society was established in 2001 to develop, promote and maintain best practices for protecting and sustaining wild Pacific salmon stocks and stream habitat.

OBSERVE, RECORD, REPORT

 

Habitat damage, harm to fish, pollutants in or near creeks? 

District of West Vancouver

Emergencies 24/7: 604-925-7100

Environmental Protection Group: 604-921-2145 or 604-921-2925

Provincial Government: Stream Pollution Issues

BC Environmental Emergency Program

Environmental emergencies: 1-800-663-3456

 

Federal Government: Suspected Fishing Violations

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Observe, record, report line - 24/7:  604-607-4186

22

Creeks and Tributaries

283

Society members

130k

Coho & Chum

fry stocked

annually

01

Mission

About West Vancouver
Streamkeeper Society

As a volunteer-based organization, our members are actively engaged in streamkeeping projects and work programs in the 22 creeks and tributaries in the District of West Vancouver. We also manage a fish hatchery, producing approximately 130,000 coho and chum fry each year that we stock in local streams.

IMG_9945.jpg

Outreach &

Education

We target the community at large with a broad range of engagement and education programs. The goal is to raise awareness of the importance of local creeks for salmon spawning and rearing, and of the hazards that threaten fish habitat.

DFO Truck fry release -Malcolm Joseph ,

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Find out more about membership, volunteer opportunities and how a donation makes a difference.

The Hatchery

At our Nelson Creek hatchery we incubate about 130,000 fertilized coho and chum fry eggs annually.

Our Creeks

West Vancouver is home to 22 creeks and tributaries, 10 of which are salmon bearing.

DJI_0029.jpg