Wild Salmon Caravan planning team session in progress. Team sitting around a table.

2017 Wild Salmon Caravan Regional Planning Teams

A big thank you to all of our regional planning teams for the 2017 Wild Salmon Caravan.

Musqueam, Tsleil Waututh, Skwxwừ7mesh Ủxwumixw – Squamish (Vancouver)

Brenda Racanelli, Vancouver Parks Board

Rebecca Til, Vancouver Parks Board

Carmen Rosen, Still Moon Arts Society

Bee Miller, Still Moon Arts Society

Ian Marcuse, Grandview Woodland Food Connection

Shannon Hecker, The Right to Food Zine

Melpetkwe Mattew

Gloria Pavez

Ronnie Dean Harris

Ingrid Figueroa Manelik

Daniel Mendoza

Bo Del Valle Garcia, Cedar Cottage Community Garden

Yolanda Weeks

Nadine Pluzak, Vancouver Storytelling Society

Victoria Morgan

Lori Snyder

Jay Peachy

Cease Wyss

Stờ:lō -Skwah (Chilliwack)

Eddie Gardner

Wild Salmon Defenders Alliance

Tracy Lyster

David Peter

Valerie O’Connell

Dan Guanzon

Robert Gladstone

Don Mair

Ethel Gardner

Garry Hagguist

Dan Coultier

Bonny Krulicki

Nlaka’pamux (Coquihalla Mountains, Merritt)

Lani McKenzie (Xwustse)

Joanne Lafferty, Councilor, Lower Nicola Indian Band

Billie Pierre

Secwepemc te Tk’emlups (Kamloops) 

Bonnie Klohn, Kamloops Food Policy Council

Carole Hebden, Chair, Kamloops Food Policy Council

Jeff McNeil Seymour, T’Kemlups te Secwepemc, Instructor,Thompson Rivers University, Decolonizing Social Work Class

Sandra Frangiadakis, Gleaning Abundance Program

Londea Riffel, Secwepemc Health Caucus

Adrienne Decandole

Andrew Morrison

Cathy Wang

David Archie, Secwepemc Health Caucus

Shauna Pezzot

Secwepemc te Adams Lake, Neskonlith, Little Shuswap (Chase)

Greg Witzky, Adams Lake Indian Fisheries Manager

Michelle Tsutsumi, Golden Ears Farm

David Lepsoe, Councilor

Patricia White, Matriarch

David Smith

Robyn Cyr

Ronn Boeur

Ali Maki

Please forgive us for anyone we’ve missed and let us know so we can recognize you as well. Thank you!


Wild Salmon Caravan Travel Itinerary 2017

Wild Salmon Caravan Travel Itinerary

UPDATED OCTOBER 10th, 2017
***Kamloops/Chase camping changes!***

The following nations are welcoming us into their homelands to honour wild salmon and will share knowledge, wisdom, and values and strategies for some of the most sustainable wild salmon fisheries practices and knowledge systems that have persisted since time immemorial.

Musqueam, Tsleil Waututh, Skwxwừ7mesh Ủxwumixw – Squamish (Vancouver)

Stờ:lõ -Skwah (Chilliwack)

Nlaka’pamux (Coquihalla Mountains, Merritt)

Secwepemc te Tk’emlups (Kamloops) 

Secwepemc te Adams Lake, Neskonlith, Little Shuswap (Chase)

Please see attached google map for directions to all exact locations of camping, feasts, ceremonies and parades. Read More