Tag Archive: Lumby Salmon Trail

May 30 2012

Thanks to everyone supporting Lumby's Alexandra Morton event.

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Although this note is long overdue, I would like to sincerely thank Mayor Acton and Councillors Hodge and Fisher for attending Alexandra Morton’s presentation and thank you Alex and Anissa for your great presentation. For those who couldn’t attend, here’s a short primer: Alexandra Morton went into BC supermarkets and purchased diseased salmon that were …

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Oct 02 2011

re-posted with links: Fraser River Riders in Lumby – 2010 – 2011 Ripple Relay – update coming soon

fry in the Bessette - photo by Gordon Judd
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Michelle and Danniel shared their postcards in support of Fin Donneley (NDP) who put forward Bill C31 to regulate open net fish farms because those fish farms impact wild salmon that come here to spawn.

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Dec 11 2010

Lumby Mayor begins to recognize prison opposition

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Did You know that the Shuswap River in Lumby rivals the Sockeye Salmon return at Adams River!
Bring your Green Industry to Lumby and support Middle Shuswap Wild Salmon.

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Oct 17 2010

Dr. Alexandra Morton walks the Lumby Salmon Trails

Alex in Lumby
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Alexandra Morton, the biologist who has been fighting open-net salmon farm for 20 years, came to see our Lumby salmon this week! Dr.Alexandra Morton was accompanied by Anissa Reed and Don Staniford who, like Morton are dedicated to protecting wild salmon. Don Staniford, mentioned how Europe has lost all their wild salmon everywhere salmon farm …

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Oct 08 2010

Lumby Valley Times

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Alexandra Morton will be here in Lumby to walk the salmon trails and witness the return of our endangered salmon.

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Oct 08 2010

Lumby Salmon Trails a walk with Alexandra Morton

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You are invited to join Alexandra Morton for a walk on the Lumby Salmon Trails We are meeting at noon at the Salmon Trails Kiosk (Chamber of Commerce building) Wednesday – October 13th This is an public event! I hope lots of people come out as we increase our understanding and appreciation for the importance …

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Oct 05 2010

my 100th post – Sockeye Sunday at Adams River

you can travel on the highway - photo Gordon Judd
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I hope Alexandra speaks about her vision next week when she comes to walk our Lumby Salmon Trails. If you want to join her – come on down to the Kiosk behind the Chamber of Commerce at noon on Wednesday October 13

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May 31 2010

To NDP with reply from Mr. Rob Fleming, MLA Environment Critic

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Sent: May-19-10 9:41 PM To: James.MLA, Carole Subject: Lumby salmon trails and government signs Dear Ms.James, Some time ago I sent you an e-mail about the the disappeared wild salmon that caused hunger to some First Nations people last winter. I did manage to collect a small donation of canned salmon to help while they …

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May 27 2010

farmed and dangerous blog – make a difference

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My latest comment to the Fisheries Minister attached to a fax from the Farmed and Dangerous Website. Have you seen the government approved sign in the Lumby Salmon trail that lists problems for salmon?  Sewage, pesticide and FISH FARMS are on the list. go the http://gordonjudd.ca/lst to see all the signs all salmon rivers have …

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May 11 2010

Lumby salmon trail migration – video

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In support of Alexandra Morton, we walked our salmon trail on Saturday.  We were not a large group but considering our population we had lots of support.   People came from as far away as Scotch Creek and Westbank to see the trail and show support.   It was a lovely sunny day and more petition …

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