We chat with a lot of you in person at different events around BC and realized that not everyone frequents our psf.ca website (which was just re-launched btw) on a weekly basis. Therefore, we thought we'd bring you up to date information on the salmon conservation work we are involved with on this forum and get a dialogue going here with any of you interested in providing your thoughts on getting towards our shared goals of healthy and diverse wild salmon populations throughout BC. With that, 2014 was a very busy year at PSF. Here are a couple highlights: 1) Officially launched our $10-million Salish Sea Marine Survival Project intent on restoring Chinook and Coho populations in the Strait of Georgia to levels not seen in decades. A 3-min video on the research and restoration project can be seen here: [9MLsb8ADk18]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MLsb8ADk18 2) We were able to grant out a record $1.6 million to 121 streamkeeping groups across BC. If your group would like to apply for a grant in 2015 do so here - https://www.psf.ca/what-we-do/community-salmon-program 3) We continue to engage with and receive great support from the Rec Fishing Community in BC though the Conservation Contribution program (the optional charge on invoices at lodges) and through derby proceeds and individual customer donations as a result of the lodges/guides talking conservation with guests. We welcome your thoughts/comments on things PSF is doing well and also those things you think we should be focusing our efforts on more. Our organization relies on the engagement and passion of the thousands of volunteers and salmon lovers out there and as we enter 2015 we hope to strengthen these partnerships.