Ecofish Leads Collaboration with WWF-UK on Environmental Flow Success Stories

There is no question that a rising population has led to an increased demand for water from industry, agriculture and our growing towns and cities, but at what cost?  According to the World Wildlife Fund-UK, “around a third of all river basins are already being heavily depleted and there is increasing pressure to pump even […]

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Ecofish and WWF Present Global Success Stories on the Implementation of Environmental Flows

2017 marks the tenth anniversary of the Brisbane Declaration on Environmental Flows. This declaration was issued at the 2007 River Symposium and advocates for environmental flow protection and restoration. Since that time, governments and water management authorities across the globe have made significant progress towards developing policies and regulations to protect and restore environmental flows […]

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Ecofish Contributes In-Kind Support on Local Initiative: Sensitive Stream Habitat Mapping in the Comox Valley

This fall, Ecofish partnered with Comox Valley Project Watershed Society to update Sensitive Habitat mapping and provide restoration recommendations for two urban salmon-bearing streams in the Comox Valley: Glen Urquhart and Mallard Creeks. These streams provide valuable spawning and rearing habitat that has been compromised by urban and agricultural development. We look forward to continuing […]

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Spawning pool success, Ecofish gives back to the community by bringing the fish back!

Mossom Creek in Port Moody was an ideal candidate for restoration of fish habitat after suffering high flood flows. Ecofish President, Adam Lewis, volunteered the professional resources and staff of his company to help bring the fish back for the benefit of the local community and ecosystem. As a young man, Adam volunteered at the […]

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Ecofish Lends Expertise to Chinese Engineers to Improve the Design of Fish Lift

In late July 2015, Dr. Xuezhong Yu, Senior Hydro-Environmental Scientist at Ecofish Research Ltd., travelled to six fish passage facilities in the United States with five engineers from the PowerChina Kunming Engineering Corporation. They visited four dams on the Susquehanna River (Conowingo, Holtwood, Safe Harbor aith, and York Haven), fish ladders at Bonneville Dam on […]

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​Ecofish wins international contract to work in the Lancang River Basin!

After a grueling application, qualification, and competitive review process, we are thrilled that our proposal on “Balancing River Health and Hydropower Requirements in the Lancang River Basin,” was accepted out of 104 applicants by the WLE Mekong. Ecofish will provide expert direction on how to maintain river health while balancing ecological integrity, sustainable economic growth […]

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