Stave River Spawning Habitat Restoration

Restoring Salmon Habitat in the Lower Stave River

The Lower Stave River, between the Ruskin Dam and the Fraser River in Mission BC, is a critically important salmon spawning and rearing channel that has recreational, economic, environmental and cultural importance. This area is within the traditional and reserve lands of the Kwantlen First Nation and has important cultural significance. The FVWC have been actively working to improve the Stave River watershed and salmon habitat with our community and partners over the last twenty years.

Click this link to view the press release:
Press release for Stave River Project 2018

Want to learn more or get involved? If you want to learn more about this project and/or the Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition, please contact us at: info@fvwc.ca | 604-791-2235.