Based in the Prince George area, Spruce City Wildlife Association (SCWA) is a nonprofit group that has been running for the past 40 years. SCWA helps protect wildlife and wildlife corridors, while also running a Hatchery on the Nechako River. Learn more
The Stoney Creek Environment Committee is a registered nonprofit society under BC Nature, dedicated to protecting, preserving and enhancing the natural habitat and wildlife of the Stoney Creek watershed.
Their projects and partnerships bring together a community of volunteers to:
- preserve Stoney Creek as a showcase of urban salmon-bearing streams,
- maintain the water and habitat quality for both the fish and wildlife of the area,
- raise public awareness of natural urban corridors and to bring people and nature together,
- provide opportunities for environmental education in the outdoor classroom that is Stoney Creek,
- promote partnership between the various stakeholders who are active in the area.
You can also find the SCEC hosting and attending community events such as the Great Salmon Send-Off and BC Rivers Day. Learn more
Tides Canada provides uncommon solutions for the common good by helping Canadians secure a healthy environment in ways that promote social equity and economic prosperity. For over 15 years, Tides Canada has worked to conserve British Columbia’s wild salmon watersheds, enhance youth training and leadership development to encourage environmental stewardship, and foster relationships among community-based research and monitoring groups and academic institutions. Learn more
Watershed Watch Salmon Society’s mission is to catalyze efforts to protect and restore BC’s precious wild salmon. Through scientific expertise, strategic alliances, outreach programs, and innovative projects, Watershed Watch is at the forefront in sounding the alarm on threats to salmon, and in prompting action to help them. Learn more
The West Vancouver Streamkeeper Society was established in 2001 to develop, promote and maintain best practices for protecting and sustaining wild Pacific salmon stocks. A registered nonprofit, the society has approximately 200 members.
Their aim is to protect and help restore local fish and other aquatic stocks by fostering and coordinating environmental stewardship among public, corporate and private stakeholders.
As a volunteer-based organization, their members are actively engaged in streamkeeping projects and work programs in the 22 creeks and tributaries in the District of West Vancouver. They also manage a fish hatchery, producing approximately 180,000 coho and chum fry each year that we stock in local streams. Learn more