Skeena Salmon and Climate Change: Adapting to an Uncertain Future
Wednesday March 7, 2018 12:00pm-1:00pm
The Old Church (corner of First Avenue and King Street) - Smithers, BC
About this presentation
This talk will look at what impacts we are already seeing and experiencing in the Skeena watershed. It will also explore the changing conditions in our coastal waters and the North Pacific that have a large impact on how many fish return each year. The Skeena and its people are well positioned to adapt to these changes—a discussion on what we might see in future years and how we can adapt and give our fish the best possible chance to thrive into the future will be a key focus of the presentation.
About Greg Knox
Greg Knox has been the Executive Director of Skeena Conservation since 2007. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Geography from the University of Northern BC in 2000, after which he became a certified Fisheries Technician and Field Supervisor with Nisga’a Fisheries. In 2013, Greg completed a Master’s degree in Environmental Management at Royal Roads University, where he developed a framework for implementing a collaborative freshwater salmon habitat-monitoring program in the Skeena watershed. Greg sits on the Northern Panel of the Pacific Salmon Commission, is a board member of the Skeena Knowledge Trust, an advisor to the Pacific Salmon Watershed Fund, and a Steering Committee member of the Friends of Wild Salmon Coalition.