SEHAB site visit to Tsútswecw Provincial Park (Roderick Haig-Brown) today. Thanks to Dave Smith and others for meeting us there and doing a walkabout.
SEHAB is the Salmonid Enhancement and Habitat Advisory Board to Fisheries and Oceans. These volunteers meet three times a year to gather comments and advice from stewardship groups across BC and share them with DFO Regional HQ.
I’ve been an alternate and full board member of the Salmonid Enhancement and Habitat Advisory Board to the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans for some nine years now.
We meet three times year, and board members collect and share information from stewardship groups from across British Columbia. We have expert speakers in, and tour local habitat restoration sites, dams, fish ladders, etc.
We distill all that information, positive and negative, and report to senior DFO management at Pacific Regional HQ.
Here are a few shots from our latest meeting in Kamloops, BC:
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