Join Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s science research vessel Martin Sheen on a peaceful flotilla, as we venture north to Okisollo Channel in support of wild salmon.
Wild salmon populations of the Pacific Northwest are in critical decline due to the impact of open net-pen salmon farms along wild salmon migration routes. Sea Shepherd is working in collaboration with coastal First Nations, scientists, and marine wildlife experts to shine a spotlight on the devastating impacts of open net-pen feedlots through Operation Virus Hunter.
Date & Time:
Saturday, 27 July 2019 | 11AM – 5PM
Departing Discovery Harbour Marina at 12NN | Returning at 4PM
Sea Shepherd International Chair Pamela Anderson, Green Party MP Paul Manly, Hereditary Chief George Quocksister, Sea Shepherd Campaigns Director Captain Locky MacLean and crew of R/V Martin Sheen will be attending.
We are asking participants to make signs/banners and invite their friends and family in support of wild salmon. Please practice safe boating by wearing a life jacket and adhering to safety precautions. You can also engage with us online by uploading images and joining the conversation by the using the hashtag #opvirushunter #protectwildsalmon