In the Interior of British Columbia, the Thompson River natal (place of birth) stream habitat is at risk in the face of ecosystem change. Adapting restoration practices to mitigate the risk resulting from the changing ecosystem dynamics is critical. The ecosystem changes cannot be controlled but the outcomes of the changes can be. The impacts have a high potential to adversely affect the long term environmental and economic sustainability of BC’s fish and seafood sector.

Documentary Trailer – British Columbia’s commercial fishery and the supply-chain of harvestable Salmon products are at risk due to the effects of large-scale environmental changes on natal (place of birth) stream habitat in BC’s Interior. Industry engagement and collaborative habitat restoration projects are underway utilizing innovation, infrastructure, and scientific partnerships.