This is an ongoing project to create openings in several artificial barriers that prevent movement of juvenile salmon into estuary habitats.
This project re-established ground water channels and spawning habitat within the diked off sections of the former Cheakamus River floodplain.
Three wetlands for amphibians were created to offset the impact on several permanent and ephemeral wetlands from construction for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
The Campbell River Estuary transformed from a heavy industrial site to one of British Columbia’s most prolific salmon spawning rivers.
The Brunette River watershed went from being declared a zero salmon run to providing habitat to over a thousand wild salmon.