The Stawamus Chief along with the Squamish River are sacred spaces to the First Nations of the Squamish/Lillooet area as well as being a a recreational destination in Howe Sound. Image credit: Pamela Zevit
Catch up with the SCCP and others involved in species at risk recovery for our annual South Coast species at risk gathering! This year, the event will be on October 10th and held in North Vancouver....
Suckers in the Spotlight
Contributed by Christy Juteau, Conservation Science Director – A Rocha Canada, Brooksdale Environmental Centre
In 2011 the Salish Sucker made a big splash in the news when it...
French translation of SCCP original content available upon request.
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