Monthly Archive: October 2010

Oct 08 2010

Salmon Are Sacred an Evening With Alexandra Morton

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Are You Concerned About the Future of Wild Salmon? An Evening With Alexandra Morton Thursday, October 14th 7:00 pm – AL Fortune Theatre Learn about the impacts of farmed fish on wild salmon stocks, the collapse of sockeye runs in past years, the Cohen Commission – what it is and how you can help. Mission …

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Oct 07 2010

Bessette Chinook Salmon 2010

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Bessette Chinook Salmon 2010 – photos by Gordon Judd

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Oct 07 2010

Pollution Solution – Feeding our Planet

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I have been on a fishing trip – It began when I heard that people were starving without salmon in BC’s Interior. I didn’t know why there were no salmon. All could think of was feed the hungry people – feed them what they need – feed them salmon. First Nations hunger became critical at …

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Oct 07 2010

global work party on climate change and food safety

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These links were in my mail – I haven’t tried them yet but it sounds interesting. http://www.avaaz.org/en/global_work_party/?cl=780313312&v=7326 http://cfs.convio.net/site/R?i=BWQyH2pQVEbbdQ_gGRBTiw..

Oct 07 2010

1,202 streams between Hope and the Pacific Ocean

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1,202 streams between Hope and Pacific, 15% are lost, 48% are endangered, 23% are threatened,

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Oct 07 2010

Salmon flying up Shuswap Falls (Wilsey Dam)

Wilsey-panorama - Photo by Gordon Judd
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Wilsey Dam and Spillway – flying Shuswap Sockeye salmon – photos by Gordon Judd

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Oct 05 2010

Wild BC salmon – only the best for eating!

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Here is a small business that I inadvertently stumbled upon: Great Glacier Salmon It’s a small family fish processing plant on the Stikine River. (Canadian federal plant # 0763 – HAACP approved) Located in the northwestern tip of British Columbia.  There they fish, process and supply wild salmon to North American and Japanese smokehouses , …

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Oct 05 2010

Say Yes! to the wild salmon people

Adams River Sockeye photo by Gordon Judd
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Give us back our rivers give us back our streams
let wild salmon fill the Fraser – keep our oceans free
we’re taking back the forest – were cleaning up the land
say yes! to wild salmon and the people who lend a hand

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Oct 05 2010

where ever we go – a rhyme on Gordon's observations

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where ever we fight for the right of the warring
we find when we get there – it’s somewhere we’ve been.

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Oct 05 2010

my 100th post – Sockeye Sunday at Adams River

the Adams River flow... photo by 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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