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2017/18 Notices

Pacific Salmon Foundation Fundraiser: January 27, 2018

It’s that time of year again, to plan on supporting the Pacific Salmon Foundation at their annual fundraising Dinner/Dance & Auction. Qualicum Beach Streamkeepers will organize tables for Oceanside Volunteers and Friends. If you would like tickets please contact David James at 250-594-6788 or at info@qbstreamkeepers.ca. Note the Early Bird Draw for tickets purchased before December 15th! See poster for details.


President's Update: Fall 2017

Click here for an overview of activities to date this year.


Salmon Toss

Unfortunately the salmon toss has been cancelled for this year because of insufficient numbers in the spawning channels. Hopefully the return next year will be sufficient to allow us the opportunity to see that the nutrient cycle is continued.  Thank you to those who offered to volunteer on this project. If you would like to have your name on the roster for next year, please contact Neil Worboys, by email or 250-752-5568.


StreamTalk Newsletter

Please see the latest issue of StreamTalk, a newsletter published by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, in collaboration with stewardship groups like ours across BC and the Yukon.  You can always find an inspiring restoration or enhancement story and much more!


Grandon Creek Coho Smolt Count 2017

Click here to read an article published in the Parksville Qualicum Beach News that discusses the process and results of Streamkeepers first annual coho smolt counting program on Grandon Creek.  Thanks to all the wonderful people who stopped to discuss the program and to J.R. Reardon for covering our story.


Meet Sophie - Our Newest Streamkeeper!

The newest member of the Streamkeeper team was recently outfitted with an official streamkeeper jacket, suitable for wet and low visibility conditions often encountered along stream banks.  Sophie, who lives with Don and Marilyn Lyster, is looking forward to accompanying the next field work party.

Sophie