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Kids as collateral damage? No problem, says activist mom.
November 1, 2015
Kids as collateral damage? No problem, says activist mom.Alaska Salmon Ranching November 1, 2015 This week, we watched a fascinating story unfold – only to reach its logical conclusion. A story...
BCSFA - Sustainability is part of our culture
October 29, 2015
Sustainability is part of our culture  BC Salmon Farmers Association, Oct. 29, 2015 Salmon farming in British Columbia began three decades ago, and was developed by true pioneers who set a...
Three decades in, here are five quick facts on B.C.'s salmon farming industry
October 27, 2015
Three decades in, here are five quick facts on B.C.'s salmon farming industry Report points to environmental, economic aspects of industry By Larissa Cahute, The Province October 27, 2015...
Corporate branding and a soccer mom’s awesome fail
October 24, 2015
Corporate branding and a soccer mom’s awesome fail Alaska Salmon Ranching on Saturday, October 24, 2015 We especially love stories that star fumbling activists that get so caught up in...
BC Salmon Farming - Growing the farm and preserving the wild
October 20, 2015
Growing the farm and preserving the wild Globe and Mail, From: BC Salmon Farmers Association,  Oct. 20, 2015 B.C. is showing the world how salmon farming, coastal communities and wild...
Should we fear The Blob? How warm mass of Pacific water could threaten B.C.’s marine ecosystem and climate
October 18, 2015
 Should we fear The Blob? How warm mass of Pacific water could threaten B.C.’s marine ecosystem and climate  By Susan Lazaruk, The Province October 18, 2015 QUEEN CHARLOTTE CITY, HAIDA...