Invasive species reduce the biodiversity and available habitat for wildlife in the area. Invasive plants outgrow natives and take away nutrition and light. Many are garden escapes. Some plants are listed as provincial noxious and it is mandatory they be controlled. Along the Miami River Greenway we control:
Pacific Salmon Foundation – News Releases
- PSF supports SFU-led biobank that aims to save west coast kelp forests
- Central Coast: Salmon in Crisis
- Percy Walkus Hatchery update
- Do you have the will to help salmon in the future?
- Former sawmill transforms into pristine salmon habitat
- Celebrate the 2022 Adams River sockeye run
- Overview of Broughton Aquaculture Transition Initiative (BATI) program
The vision of the Miami River Streamkeepers Society is to restore the Miami River through an ongoing revitalization program.