Meet all salmon resource users of the Skeena River and hear their unique stories from the past, present and future.
From traditional bone hooks and subsistence economies to commercial fishing and canneries to double hand fly fishing and guide outfits to present day fishing closures in the Pacific Northwest.What does the future of salmon fishing in Northwestern BC look like?Meet all stakeholders of fishing in NWBC today and learn about the cultural, subsistence, spiritual and economic significance of fish to each user group.Visit old canneries gone ghost town. Port Essington, traditional territory of the Kitsumkalum people, once housed thousands of people during abundant fish populations but today crumbles into the Skeena.Learn about traditional fishing practices and economies and how they evolved to modern economies and practices. Can all stakeholders put their differences aside and put the fish first?
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