Work on the Okanagan Fish/Water Management Tools begins (FWMT). Against all odds, Okanagan sockeye continue to persist, with adults swimming 1000 km upstream past nine major dams on the Columbia River to spawn in the Okanagan River, and their progeny reversing the trip. ESSA has worked closely with various groups to build tools and conduct analyses that support actions to conserve this amazing stock of salmon. The tool is used on a weekly basis during critical times of the year and has been recognized for it’s contributions to conservation science with a 2008 Premiers Innovation Award and a 2012 Murray A. Newman Award for Significant Achievement in Aquatic conservation.
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