Watershed Watcher

Watershed Watcher

Watershed Watcher

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Dene Moore

Communications Specialist

Stories for the month

Stories for the month

  • Ocean Wise pulls sustainability recommendation for southeast Alaska salmon

    Vancouver-based eco-label Ocean Wise has removed salmon harvested in southeast Alaska from its list of recommended sustainable seafood products.

  • Let’s not drop the ball on drought preparedness

    This year is looking a bit different than this time in 2023 when the province was holding press conferences calling on the public to take shorter showers in response to severe, widespread drought. Despite an alarmingly low snowpack, conditions heading into summer are not as severe this year for most of the province. But they're not great. A look

  • Flood funding snubs make a case for green flood solutions

    The federal government has issued a wake-up call on preparing for a future of global warming by denying the bids of several B.C. communities for funding to support large flood infrastructure projects. The decisions to deny funding for major rebuilding projects proposed by Abbotsford, Merritt and Princeton underscore an urgent issue: It’s not just a matter of building back

  • Ocean Wise pulls sustainability recommendation for southeast Alaska salmon

    Vancouver-based eco-label Ocean Wise has removed salmon harvested in southeast Alaska from its list of recommended sustainable seafood products.

  • Let’s not drop the ball on drought preparedness

    This year is looking a bit different than this time in 2023 when the province was holding press conferences calling on the public to take shorter showers in response to severe, widespread drought. Despite an alarmingly low snowpack, conditions heading into summer are not as severe this year for most of the province. But they're not great. A look

  • Flood funding snubs make a case for green flood solutions

    The federal government has issued a wake-up call on preparing for a future of global warming by denying the bids of several B.C. communities for funding to support large flood infrastructure projects. The decisions to deny funding for major rebuilding projects proposed by Abbotsford, Merritt and Princeton underscore an urgent issue: It’s not just a matter of building back

  • Federal Government BANS open net-pen fish farms

    There has been a mixed reaction to the federal government’s June 19 announcement on salmon farms but we want to be clear: Factory salmon farms have been issued their eviction notice in B.C.