March Newsletter 2017March 6, 2017
Every March, our Board of Directors meets to review the several project funding recommendations provided by our six expert advisory committees.
Volunteer profile : Brian DempsonMarch 6, 2017
Meet Brian Dempson, a member of our NL Advisory Committee and the Science Advisory Committee.
Miramichi River Environmental Assessment CommitteeMarch 6, 2017
Every successful project starts out with a solid plan, but the key to making it really work is putting that plan into action.
The Fisheries and Marine institute of Memorial UniversityFebruary 17, 2017
Not too hot, and not too cold, but what is just right?
Volunteer Profile: Michael PollardFebruary 17, 2017
Meet Michael Pollard, a member of our Nova Scotia Advisory Committee.
February Newsletter 2017February 17, 2017
February is our anniversary month, and this year we are proud to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Hard to believe as time goes by so fast (yes, we are having fun!).
The Foundation turns 10 years old!February 3, 2017
The Foundation turns 10 years old!
Abegweit Conservation SocietyJanuary 3, 2017
For the Abegweit Conservation Society the discovery of a unique Atlantic salmon population that may contain ancestral genetics of the original PEI Atlantic salmon is very exciting, especially given the cultural and ceremonial significance of Atlantic salmon to the Mi’kmaq people.
Profile: Stephen Chase, Executive DirectorJanuary 3, 2017
Stephen Chase is Executive Director of the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation.
January Newsletter 2017January 3, 2017
It’s 2017, our tenth anniversary year! And, it’s hard to believe how far we have come as the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation!
Presence of Atlantic salmon in Ungava Bay, Nunavik, in the Koksoak System by FaunENordDecember 1, 2016
There’s a saying that if you don’t ask the question, you’ll never know the answer.
Volunteer Profile – Tom CallaghanDecember 1, 2016
Meet Tom Callaghan, a member of our New Brunswick Advisory Committee.