January Newsletter 2018January 22, 2018
We are excited to start 2018 as our twelfth year of operation as a wild Atlantic salmon conservation organization and our 11th year in providing conservation project funding. It’s very rewarding to observe the many ways in which we have grown as an organization that is totally committed to supporting the conservation of Canada’s wild Atlantic salmon.
Central Queens Wildlife FederationJanuary 22, 2018
Many of the projects our partners undertake to help the Atlantic salmon involve working to restore habitat and improve conditions. This holds true for the Central Queens Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation (CQWF).
Volunteer Profile: Allyson HeustisJanuary 22, 2018
Meet Allyson Heustis, the new Conservation Program Coordinator with the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation. She is responsible for projects in Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia.
November Newsletter 2017November 16, 2017
I anticipate that when you read this you will likely be in full holiday season mode. Perhaps you are making New Year’s resolutions on how you can help improve salmon conservation, and I’m certain you are considering new angling opportunities, with improved salmon returns over 2017. I share those wishes with you!
Memorial University of Newfoundland: Dr. Michael van Zyll de JongNovember 6, 2017
Everyone can use a little help overcoming obstacles in their way, especially if their lives depend on it.
Volunteer Profile – Darryl MurrantNovember 3, 2017
Meet Darryl Murrant, a member of our Nova Scotia Advisory Committee.
Conservationist Profile – Ben Whalen (KWRC)October 6, 2017
Ben Whalen is the project manager for the Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee (KWRC).
Miawpukek First NationOctober 6, 2017
Remember the song from Sesame Street, “Who are the people in your neighbourhood?” Well, Miawpukek First Nation (MFN) wants to know who are the fish in their neighbourhood.
October Newsletter 2017October 6, 2017
It’s very satisfying to look back on 2017 as another banner year for this Foundation.
September Newsletter 2017September 7, 2017
We’re now into the Fall stretch of our recipient’s 2017 field season. It’s hard to believe but summer is nearly over and that the end of streamside activities is in sight.
Shediac Bay Watershed AssociationSeptember 7, 2017
Not too hot, and not too cold. The Shediac Bay Watershed Association (SBWA) is doing whatever it can to make sure that the watershed is a comfortable and welcoming environment for Atlantic salmon.
Alcool NB LiquorSeptember 6, 2017
This month we’re doing something a little different. We invited one of our outstanding corporate partners to talk a little bit about their relationship with us. Meet Alcool NB Liquor!