Friday, January 29, 2016

Lelu Island Declaration - Protect the Skeena Estuary from LNG Development

Last week leaders from the First Nations, conservation, and angling communities joined forces in signing the Lelu Island declaration. The declaration states their opposition to the proposed development of the an LNG terminal on Flora Bank, one of the most productive salmon rearing areas in the Skeena Estuary.

Here is a video from SkeenaWild on this watershed moment in the Skeena.

It has been declared that there will be no LNG on Lelu Island,...
Watch this video about the brave people of the Skeena River who have declared that the critical habitat at the mouth of the Skeena be protected for all time, as a refuge for wild salmon and marine resources, and is to be held in trust for all future generations.
Posted by SkeenaWild Conservation Trust on Wednesday, January 27, 2016