PSF - “The Salish Sea Marine Survival Project: Findings and Next Steps” Presentation, Nanaimo Nov 7

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  1. agentaqua

    agentaqua Well-Known Member

    Join Us!

    Dr. Brian Riddell, Science Advisor for the Pacific Salmon Foundation will speak at the Nanaimo Coast Bastion Hotel on Thursday, November 7 on “The Salish Sea Marine Survival Project: Findings and Next Steps”.
    Find out what we've learned and our proposed steps for recovery for wild salmon in the Strait of Georgia.

    Please RSVP at:
    https://www.psf.ca/event/nanaimo-community-talk

    The Salish Sea Marine Survival Project (SSMSP) was designed as a 5-year, $20 million, ecosystem-based, interdisciplinary and transboundary study involving government, universities, private consultants, local communities, and not-for-profit groups to address one key question: What are the primary factors affecting juvenile Chinook, coho & steelhead survival in the Salish Sea marine environment? The Project is coordinated by nonprofits, Vancouver-based Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF) and Seattle-based Long Live the Kings (LLTK).
     

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