Oldfield Creek Hatchery

Lorelle Sunduk teaches Roosevelt Elementary students about the life cycle of a salmon at the Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery. (File photo)

Hatching a plan for Prince Rupert’s salmon

Prince Rupert Salmonid Enhancement Society Annual General Meeting open to all on Sept. 20

 

Terry Sawka presents a $5,000 cheque to Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery volunteer Don Cross on behalf of the Islander Hall Society. Also present in the photo are Richard Eisbrenner, Jim Grilz, Lorelle Sunduk and John Trew. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Hatchery receives $5,000

Islander Hall Society hands over a hefty cheque to the Oldfield Creek Hatchery in Prince Rupert

 

Lorelle Sunduk teaches Roosevelt Elementary students about the life cycle of a salmon at the Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery. File photo

DFO restores cuts to salmon school program

Federal budget cuts to salmon education reversed after public outcry

 

Mike McDowall, volunteer with the Prince Rupert Salmonid Enhancement Society and Andrew Robinson, senior social impact advisor for Pacific NorthWest LNG release salmon into the Oldfield Creek at the funding announcement on May 17. Contributed photo.

Oldfield hatchery receives $75,000 to upgrade operations

Pacific NorthWest LNG gives funds to Oldfield Creek Fish Hatchery to improve salmon rearing efforts

Mike McDowall, volunteer with the Prince Rupert Salmonid Enhancement Society and Andrew Robinson, senior social impact advisor for Pacific NorthWest LNG release salmon into the Oldfield Creek at the funding announcement on May 17. Contributed photo.
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