The Fraser River is many things to many people – and many diverse animals, plants, fishes and other living organisms that are vital to life on and in the River.

The mouth of the Fraser is a very special place, a meeting point where the fresh water of the inland comes and meets the salt waters of the ocean.

There is a lot to loose if the Fraser River becomes an industrialized, toxic carrying transportation route that serves only the few at the expense of the many.

What do we have to loose? What do you love about the river?

What is the important legacy the river provides for future generations, what is the voice of the river, what is she saying?

Living on the Fraser for the season
Living on the Fraser for the season
foggy days waiting for the fishing season
foggy days waiting for the fishing season
Duck family on the rivers edge
Duck family on the rivers edge
Storm brewing on the River
Storm brewing on the River
River driftwood, fishing boat and cat -a day in the life of the River
Fishing boat and cat on a log
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The annual Polar Bear swim in the Fraser River
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Sunset on the Fraser – “Red sky at night, Fisherman’s delight”
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