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The purpose of the Clayoquot Salmon Roundtable is to:

  • build partnerships between First Nations, governments and stakeholders in a co-management process in order to develop and implement the best possible plan for the recovery and sustainable management of Clayoquot Sound’s wild salmon stocks; and

  • provide a forum for First Nations and sector organizations to provide formal, timely, local level advice and make recommendations to Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) on decisions related to salmon harvest and stewardship.

The Roundtable includes several sub-committees: habitat, fisheries management, hatcheries & enhancement, and fundraising.

The following groups/interests are represented at the Roundtable:

  • Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation

  • Ahousaht First Nation

  • Hesquiaht First Nation

  • Uu-a-thluk (NTC Fisheries)

  • Thornton Creek Salmon Enhancement Society

  • Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society

  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada

  • Area G Troll

  • Area D Gillnet

  • Sport Fish Advisory Committee

  • West Coast Fishing Guides Association

  • Clayoquot Biosphere Trust

  • Raincoast Education Society/Tofino Streamkeepers

  • Central Westcoast Forest Society

  • Friends of Clayoquot Sound

  • Local Fish Processors

  • Cermaq Canada

  • Creative Salmon

  • District of Tofino

  • Alberni Clayoquot Regional District

  • Parks Canada

  • BC Parks

Facilitation and communications is provided by West Coast Aquatic.

Please consider donating to the Clayoquot Sound Wild Salmon Fund!





For more information, contact Roundtable Facilitator Tim Hawkins

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