The Heart of the Fraser book.
My latest project is a collaboration with BCIT/Rivers Institute.
At 1,375 kilometers, the Fraser River is the longest in British Columbia. Much of the province’s population is situated in the river’s meandering basin.
The 80-kilometer stretch between Mission and Hope, known as ‘the heart of the Fraser,’ is one of the most productive river channels in the world.
Its waters are home to countless species, including the prehistoric white sturgeon.
The Heart of the Fraser by Ken Ashley, Director of the BCIT Rivers Institute, that outlines the importance of this stretch of river for locals residents and Indigenous communities who are already seeing the impacts of climate change in its waters.
50% of the procedures will go towards Rivers Institute Conservation projects!
- Hardcover: 69 pages
- Publisher: Fernando Lessa Photography & Storytelling.; 1st edition (2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1999010310