At the Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF), our purpose is to save and restore wild Pacific salmon.
The decline in Pacific salmon is one of the most urgent environmental concerns for British Columbians. More than 85 per cent of B.C. residents indicated a high level of concern for dwindling salmon populations. Public concern, combined with unprecedented climate-change events — heat dome, wildfires, drought, floods — and the integral nature of salmon to ecosystems, results in a clear challenge that is urgent and important to the people of B.C.
“A large cross section of British Columbians care deeply about the state of Pacific salmon and appreciate the complex risk factors contributing to serious declines of many populations. Pacific salmon need our help urgently, and we must do everything we can to save them.” — Michael Meneer, President and CEO Pacific Salmon Foundation.
We are pleased to share 2021 progress highlights fuelled by donor dollars, grants, and partnerships. These dollars support People for Salmon, those who step up, wade in, and work tirelessly to make a difference in saving and restoring salmon. Our sincere thanks to all the People for Salmon, the backbone of PSF.
We’re salmon first, salmon always — and we don’t go it alone.