Pacific salmon abundance in the North Pacific is the largest in history. However, we are seeing poor returns in British Columbia with the worst ever return of sockeye to the Fraser River in 2019. It is time to understand what is going on.
An Emeritus Scientist at the Pacific Biological Station in Nanaimo, Dick has received a number of awards including the Order of Canada, Order of BC and a Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, as a member of the International Panel on Climate Change. Closer to home, he received an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from Vancouver Island University. His contributions to scientific research on Pacific salmon have earned him numerous prestigious awards from the scientific community. As editor and contributor to the award-winning book The Sea Among Us – The Amazing Strait of Georgia he showed skill at making a complex subject easy to understand for non-scientists.
Cash bar opens: 3:30 pm Program starts: 4:00 pm
Buffet Dinner (reserved guests only) immediately following the program:
Lois lake Steelhead with tomato beurre blanc, crushed nugget potatoes with olive oil and fresh herbs, steamed broccoli, couscous a la grecque salad.
$23.85 + tax & gratuity/person
** (dinner only) Prior Reservation Required (deadline Thursday February 20th – noon): Click HERE to email or call: 250-468-9915 (NB: Minimum 40 people required for buffet – please sign up ASAP)
If you require a vegetarian alternative, please contact the clubhouse.
NEXT SUNDAY@4: March 8, 2020
Icefields to Oceans
With Eric Peterson, Hakai Institute