Interpretive Cabin – 2018 – Opening May Long Weekend

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The Interpretive Cabin will be officially open this long weekend.

Friday Saturday Sunday and Monday. 10:00am-2:00pm.

Come visit.

 


EARTH Day – Friday April 20th, 2018

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Join The Adams River Salmon Society (ARSS), BC Parks, Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band Fisheries, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), for their annual Earth Day Event at the Roderick Haig-Brown Park in the Traditional Territory of the Secwepemc Peoples. Earth Day 2018 on Friday April 20th, 2018 based out of the Interpretive Cabin, 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM.

 

Earth Day walkabout sessions feature information about:    

  • Salmon (Adams River Salmon 4 species), all 5 salmon species, life cycle, fish habitat, riparian connection, monitoring, data collection, Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band Fisheries, Secwepemc Fisheries Technician.
  • BC Parks – Roderick Haig-Brown Prov. Park, Staff, Management + Conservation, 
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Fisheries and Wild Salmon, SEP program, Streamkeeper training. Adams River Salmon Society, visitors, education, events, economic impacts/tourism.
  • Habitat– types, vegetation, biodiversity, Invasive species, watersheds, Secwepemc Fisheries Commission, Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band Fisheries and ARSS.

 

Everyone is being advised to bring a Lunch (earth friendly) and juice or water (none on site yet).  Good walking shoes or boots, a coat and a hat or cap, as we will be outside in nature doing walkabouts.  Take out what you take in… 
Garbage Bins at Picnic Area. 

 

The walkabouts will be approximately 1 hour.

 

Please check us out on Facebook page…

 


Mid-Season BC Salmon Update from Watershed Watch Salmon Society

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Mid-Season BC Salmon Update

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Filed In: Fisheries Management. Posted by Trish Hall on August 15, 2017

By Greg Taylor, Senior Fisheries Advisor

As anticipated, 2017 is proving to be a difficult year for BC’s wild salmon. Sockeye, chinook, and steelhead that entered the ocean in 2015 endured an inhospitable marine environment. Two years later, those that survived (more…)


1st Annual Gala Fundraiser

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Our first annual fundraiser for The Adams River Salmon Society will help to keep the cabin operating. We now have a Administrative Coordinator that is helping to keep everything on track and most recently the Society hired an Interpretive Cabin Assistant to open the cabin on weekends (Fri-Sat-Sun). Help us keep Interpretive Educational Tours, Kids School Programs and working towards Salute 2018 going.

 

Buy a ticket at any of the following vendors for $75.00 cash per person:

  • Interpretive Cabin (Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 10-3)
    Chase Visitor Info Centre
    Squilax General Store and Hostel
    Quaaout Lodge & Spa

Interpretive Cabin OPEN for VIEWING

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UPDATE for July 2017

Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park – The Adams River Salmon Society Interpretive Cabin is NOW OPEN for viewing. Inside you will find large murals showing and describing the life cycle of salmon and NEW soon, will be an INTERACTIVE COMPUTER where you can learn more about the species. Also too you will find brochures, souvenirs and friendly staff to answer any questions you may have. The hours of opening are: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10:00am – 3:00pm (Statutory holiday Mondays will be open also).

The Adams River Salmon Society ~ Interpretive Cabin ~


Environmental Interpretive Walk-abouts

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You are invited to join the Adams River Salmon Society for their Environmental Interpretive Walk-abouts, on Wednesdays from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM every Wednesday during July, August and September, leading up to the 2017 Return of the Spawning Salmon season.  (more…)


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