Climate adaptation series: Freshet

Pacific salmon are vital to our culture and environment in British Columbia. They are facing unprecedented challenges with increasing impacts from climate change, pathogens, development, and predation. At the Pacific Salmon Foundation, we are…


Call for Artists! You are invited to enter the 2023/2024 Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition, conducted by the Pacific Salmon Foundation. This year marks the 35th annual Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition and the winning image…
Tagging an adult Chinook at a Matsqui fish wheel near Mission B.C.

Fish wheels in the Fraser River: First Nations, PSF study salmon migration

Tagging Fraser Chinook to identify salmon migration disruptions. Fraser River Chinook salmon have experienced declines for many years. As a result, at least 15 of the 17 wild populations of Fraser Chinook are considered at-risk. Still, their…
Mossom deploys receivers to track the migration of coho smolts in the Vancouver Harbour.

Tri-Cities community members step up to save salmon

July 19, 2022 It’s the time of year when salmon start their incredible journey back home from the ocean to their natal streams — many located in the Tri-Cities area of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody — to spawn. For Fraser…
Virginia Elizabeth McCallum, PSF Community Bursaries Program Recipient, Fall 2021

PSF Community Bursaries spotlight – Virginia Elizabeth McCallum

PSF's Stewardship Community Bursary is awarded to students in B.C. and the Yukon dedicated to the conservation and restoration of Pacific salmon. Meet 2021-2022 recipient Virginia Elizabeth McCallum.