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The Pacific Salmon Foundation, founded in 1987, is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to making transformational change for the benefit of Pacific salmon at every scale – from the smallest streams to the open ocean.

They work with First Nations, Government, ENGO partners, industry, and all salmon supporters to achieve our vision of healthy, sustainable, and naturally diverse populations of Pacific salmon for the benefit of ecosystems and people for generations to come.

State of Pacific Salmon

There are seven species of wild Pacific salmon in B.C. waters including — Sockeye, Chinook, Coho, Pink, Chum, Steelhead Trout, and Cutthroat Trout.

Under these primary species of Pacific salmon, there are more than 9,000 distinct salmon populations (species and stream combinations) in B.C., organized into roughly 450 conservation units that are applied in resource management.

As a result of 150 years of development coupled with the growing impacts of climate change, Pacific salmon in B.C. face unprecedented pressures.

Vital salmon habitat from freshwater streams to the open ocean has been impacted by 150 years of industrial development. These impacts are now being compounded by climate change.

PSF is actively funding community partners who are restoring spawning habitat, replanting native vegetation along key salmon streams and undertaking research into migration impediments. We must advance this work, prioritizing habitat for high-risk species and introducing coordinated land-water management plans that include salmon.

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