Spread the word about BC Wild Salmon Day and what wild Pacific salmon mean to you by using our toolkit, filled with downloadable graphics, sample social posts, and information about our video campaign.
June 1 is BC Wild Salmon Day!
Thank you to everyone who participated in BC Wild Salmon Day in 2022. There was an incredible uptake on social media with salmon supporters, advocates, and partners posting hundreds of messages on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. We had several special messages from partners and friends, including the Ministry of Land, Water, and Resource Sustainability, Hon. Minister Josie Osborne, PS Fin Donnelly, Minister George Heyman, Ktunaxa youth speaker Aiyana Twigg, Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Vice-President Mariah Charleson, Charlie Demers (CBC), Bob Kronbauer (VIA), Rick Hansen, Bobs & Lolo (TreeHouse), and so many more!
If you haven’t already, please take a moment to watch the video featuring some of our PSF Board members and an inspiring message from our President & CEO, Mike. We look forward to building on 2022’s success!
We asked and you delivered! Thank you for sharing your videos, your messages, and your love of wild salmon on #BCWildSalmonDay. The videos below were sent to us by the many wild salmon supporters across British Columbia. If you have something you’d like to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Honourable Minister Josie Osborne, British Columbia Ministry of Land, Water and Resource Sustainability and Minister of Fisheries shared a special message about the importance of wild salmon to British Columbians.
What can we do to help BC Wild Salmon? Our PSF Board of Directors has a special message on the importance of wild Pacific salmon and what each of us can do to help.
Our friends at Powell River Salmon Society created this great video on Facebook to recognize BC Wild Salmon Day. Thank you!
Our friends at the Burrard Inlet Marine Enhancement Society send their best fishes on BC Wild Salmon Day!
June 1 is BC Wild Salmon Day! Show your support for restoring and protecting Pacific salmon and their habitat.
Learn more about how you can participate in #BCWildSalmonDay and help amplify this campaign at https://t.co/F1eYKKhXuH #peopleforsalmon pic.twitter.com/nt7xiuDQn9
— PACIFIC SALMON FOUNDATION (@PSF) May 30, 2022
With nearly half of Pacific salmon populations in a state of decline, the recent B.C. extreme weather events including flood, fires and heatwaves have wreaked havoc on spawning grounds and further threaten endangered species. Together, we can help salmon