Posts Tagged Monthly Reports

April 2018

We are in the home stretch with our hatchery production cycle! Things are moving quickly now with warming water and our fish coming up to release size. Have a quick look into April 2018    

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March 2018

  A huge shout out to all of our sponsors and volunteers! We are rapidly moving into the height of our rearing cycle and could not carry out this level of production without your support! Please have a look into this snapshot of  March 2018  

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February 2018

With water temperatures plummeting at Duck lake we held our Chinook at the Mill Hatchery a little longer in order to take advantage of warmer water. The warmer water is more favorable for rearing salmon fry. Temperatures at month end were 2 degrees Celsius at Duck Lake  Hatchery and 6 degrees Celsius at the Mill […]

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January 2018

   Lang Creek flows raged in January. Snow melt combined with heavy rainfall had river levels running at more than 40 cubic meters per second. Here is a glance into January 2018


December 2017

Top of the season to everyone and a happy new years! Our fish couldn’t wait for the new year to begin. They have been literally chomping at the bit to get started!! We ponded and began to feed the first 150 000 Chinook and there will be more to come very soon. Here is a […]

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November 2017

We started on our Coho production in November 2017 and our Chinook began to hatch! Thank you for your continued support.

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October 2017

A big thank you to all of our community volunteers. The Powell River Salmon Society has  had a successful brood season. Our volunteer group increased in numbers. Many new faces joined in to help us enumerate returning fish up river as well as take part in our egg collections, and accommodate visiting school classes at […]

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September 2017

The Lang Creek Brood Facility has officially been renamed the Alex Dobler Salmon Centre. Alex spent more than 30 years with the Powell River Salmon Society applying his expertise towards the conservation and enhancement of salmon. The Centre is in fact the nucleus of our organization. Our success begins and ends at our home stream […]

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August 2017

“We have now begun our new production cycle (brood 2017) Our adult counting fence has been put into operation. Lower than normal flows at Lang Creek have been and will continue to be closely monitored” Flows at Lang Creek increased significantly in late August when the municipality cleaned the water supply line at the Haslam […]

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July 2017

  A snapshot of July 2017  

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