Welcome to the BC Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund's Media Page

The Nature Trust of British Columbia has secured funding from the BC Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund to implement a five-year project to improve estuary habitat to enhance the long-term sustainability and health of wild BC fish stocks. We will be working with Coastal First Nations and our partners in the West Coast Conservation Land Management Program. Funding for this project is provided under the BC Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund, a contribution program funded jointly between Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and the Province of BC.

We are pleased to coordinate interviews with Tom Reid who is the Project Manager. We also welcome the opportunity to provide additional information on this project.

Our portfolio of photographs and B roll is available on request.

  • Project Backgrounder

    Project summary

  • 10 Estuary Facts

    Useful information on estuaries

  • Quick Facts

    Quick projects facts

  • Tom Reid Profile

    Project Manager information

  • Tom Reid Quotes

    Project Manager quotes


Emma Liffen
Director of Development, Marketing & Communications
604.924.9771 ext. 226


This project will help develop meaningful and lasting partnerships among Coastal First Nations, local, provincial and federal governments, non-governmental organizations, and other local stakeholders.

The West Coast Conservation Land Management Program is a multi-partner program that includes Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Operations, Ducks Unlimited Canada, The Nature Trust of BC, and the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation.

The Nature Trust of British Columbia
500 – 888 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 3K4
604.924.9771 or toll free: 1.866.288.7878