With salmon numbers declining around the province, the Upper Fraser Fisheries Conservation Alliance and Partners T’sil Kaz Koh and Stellat’en First Nations are taking steps to improve crucial chinook spawning habitat in our own backyard. The Endako Weir will stabilize the flow of the Endako River during spawning season and the incubation period to improve survival for the next generation of salmon, and will benefit the habitat of all fish that call the Endako home.

You can learn more about the Endako weir project at upperfraser.ca/endako-weir.html.

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* 1. Do you live in the Burns Lake area?

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* 2. Would you like to participate in an information session about the Endako weir?

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* 3. Please provide your contact information if you would like to receive email updates and be invited to information sessions about the Endako Weir project.

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* 4. How concerned are you about declining salmon runs?

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* 5. Have you personally been impacted by declining salmon runs?

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* 6. Do you spend much time on the lakeshore of Burns Lake?

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* 7. If so, where do you spend time?

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* 8. What month or months do you spend most time on the Burns Lake lakeshore?

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* 9. What kind of activities do you do on the lakeshore?

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* 10. The proposed Endako Weir will not change the high water level in Burns Lake, but will increase the average lake level by about 33 centimetres, or just over a foot. This diagram shows a sample year, including high water mark during spring melt, and the slight increase in lake levels during the rest of the year.

Will a change in lake levels impact you? Burns Lake Water Levels

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* 11. How will this change in water levels affect you?

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* 12. Are you a member of a First Nation in the region?

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