Submitter: robert creese
Date Submitted: September 16, 2010
The methods used by fish farming companies incur real and permanent environmental damage. New regulations to protect wild salmon stocks are paramount. The economic health of B.C. is greater served by wild stocks, not fish farms.
I am deeply concerned that fish farming is threatening the much more valuable resource of wild stocks. currently, the methods used by the fish farming companies are economically driven to such an extent that the environment is incurring real and permanent damage.
new regulations to protect wild stock are paramount and should be considered far ahead of corporate interests.
apart from the incredible and unique natural wonder of a salmon rich sea, in the final analysis, the economic health of our province is greater served by wild stocks, not fish farms.