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Grants List


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Wild Salmon Stock and Habitat Protection in British Columbia (325)

David Suzuki Foundation

This grant to the David Suzuki Foundation supports an integrated approach to protecting wild salmon populations along th…

Wild Salmon Conservation in the Heiltsuk Nation Traditional Territory (311)

Ecotrust Canada

Ecotrust Canada received this grant to facilitate an integrated approach to salmon conservation in the Heiltsuk Nation t…

Farmed and Dangerous Markets Campaign (312)

Living Oceans Society

The Living Oceans Society used this grant to educate major buyers of farmed salmon and urge their transition to ecologic…

Taku River Wildlife Conservation Project (405)

Round River Conservation Studies

Round River Conservation Studies used this grant to support its Taku River project, an integrated approach to the long-t…

Economic Tools for Ecosystem Conservation (401)

Conservation Strategy Fund

This grant to the Conservation Strategy Fund supported the Economic Tools for Ecosystem Conservation course, which teach…

Wild Salmon Project for the North and Central Coasts of BC (396)

Raincoast Conservation Foundation

This grant supports key components of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation's integrated approach to protecting salmon a…

Columbia and Snake Rivers Recovery Campaign (318)

Save Our Wild Salmon

The Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition used this grant to support environmental conservation activities in the lower Snake R…

Wild Salmon Conservation on Canada's Pacific Coast (323)

Sierra Club of British Columbia Foundation

The Sierra Club of British Columbia Foundation is using this grant to support its Wild Salmon Program. With this program…

Copper River Protection (30.01)


This grant supports Ecotrust's efforts to protect the Copper River's eastern delta and its key salmon populations. In ad…