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Stoney Creek Great Salmon Send Off

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Join us! On Saturday, May 13, the BLPA will be presenting our display at our friends, the Stoney Creek Environment Committee annual fish release, The Great Salmon Send Off.  This event creates awareness about Stoney Creek’s urban ecosystem and serves to protect it through eco-friendly practices and green alternatives. The highlight of the event is the release of salmon smolts into the creek. In addition to the fish release, there will be live entertainment, family-friendly activities, snacks and different exhibits and booths!

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Eagle Creek Streamkeepers Salmon Release 2017

Our friends, the Eagle Creek Streamkeepers will have their annual salmon release on Saturday, April 8.  We’ll have our information on display – Join us there!

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Eagle Creek begins on Burnaby Mountain where it is fed by a large watershed, runs through Montecito and the nearby Squint Lake, through Burnaby Mountain Golf Course, culverted under Broadway and Lougheed Highway, runs through Charles Rummel Park, along Warner Loat Park to Burnaby Lake. Salmon are a native part of Eagle Creek’s ecosystem. The members of the Eagle Creek Streamkeeper Society protect, preserve and enhance the Eagle Creek watershed habitat, through environmental education and volunteer involvement.  Contact details are on the poster.

Eagle Creek Streamkeepers Salmon Release 2017

Our friends, the Eagle Creek Streamkeepers will have their annual salmon release on Saturday, April 8.  We’ll have our information on display – Join us there!

EagleCreek2017

Eagle Creek begins on Burnaby Mountain where it is fed by a large watershed, runs through Montecito and the nearby Squint Lake, through Burnaby Mountain Golf Course, culverted under Broadway and Lougheed Highway, runs through Charles Rummel Park, along Warner Loat Park to Burnaby Lake. Salmon are a native part of Eagle Creek’s ecosystem. The members of the Eagle Creek Streamkeeper Society protect, preserve and enhance the Eagle Creek watershed habitat, through environmental education and volunteer involvement.  Contact details are on the poster.