Roderick Haig Brown Park
To Honour a Conservationist
Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park is named after the great British Columbian writer, conservationist and fly-fisher. Haig-Brown served as a member of the International Pacific Salmon Commission and on the boards of many conservation organizations, including the Nature Trust of B.C.
Within these organizations Haig-Brown worked for the protection
of wild fish stocks and the rivers they inhabit. As a result of his
work and the contributions of many others, this park was created,
and its world-famous run of sockeye salmon preserved.