With Salish Sea First Nations now unable to harvest herring eggs in any meaningful quantity, commercial fisheries need to be paused
Excerpted from a letter by David Ellis
Direct action to protect some of Vancouver Island's last intact old growth is evolving into a grassroots movement under the banner #oldgrowthblockade
by Bobby Arbess
Current efforts to halt destruction of the province's last remaining old growth are the latest chapter in a long battle
by Dan Lewis
Coastal communities need to plan for one-metre higher seas within a century – and it turns out there are a tonne of resources to help them do that.
by Delores Broten
Following the release of our new book, All Fracked Up! The costs of LNG to British Columbia, Watershed Sentinel is…
Fisheries: Interdependence & Exploitation
December 2020 | January 2021
Seafood has always played a huge role in human survival. But a third of all wild fish are now overexploited, and on the BC coast salmon numbers are plummeting, with many First Nations having to give up traditional fisheries. We all depend on the living waters – the time for status quo management is over.