Indeed, it sometimes seems blame is about the only renewable resource we can rely upon anymore. There’s certainly been an abundance of it this herring season in the Strait of Georgia, here in the northern reaches of what’s fast becoming the Salish Sewer. Source: The Tyee | March 18, 2019
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B.C. Agriculture Minister Lana Popham has launched the second phase of her remake of an NDP icon, the Agricultural Land Commission. Source: Chemainus Valley Courier | March 17, 2019
Last year, provincial and federal scientists and contractors collaborated to draft a stock recovery assessment of Interior Fraser River steelhead trout. Forty-two experts from government, universities, First Nations and conservation groups vetted the assessment. Source: Times Colonist | March 17, 2019
Walk along any beach on B.C.’s coast and you will likely spot bits of plastic. Go out into the middle of the Gulf of Alaska in the middle of winter and it’s there, too. Source: Vancouver Courier | March 17, 2019
The federal and British Columbia governments are preparing to cast a net to find new ways of protecting wild salmon habitat and restoring stocks. Source: Kimberley Bulletin | March 16, 2019
Sports fishers seldom disclose secrets – where the big ones lurk or favorite lures. But, years ago, one told ARMS past president Geoff Clayton where to catch trophy-sized dolly varden char. Source: Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows News | March 16, 2019