One day back in 2005, artist Celia Brauer was attending a weekend forum for the Rivershed Society of BC http://www.rivershed.com. She picked up a coloured photograph of a Wild Pacific Sockeye and began to do a coloured pencil sketch. Little did she know that the pencil sketch would set this salmon in motion on posters, artwork, flags and on clothes in the years to come!
Essentially this Wild Pacific Sockeye drawing has not remained still since. He wants to inform, travel, fly and flap in the breeze to show himself off and bring the spirit of the salmon above water to speak its piece and its peace.
On this site you will find ways to wear and fly your Wild Pacific Sockeye. You will also find ways to support the fight for the continuation of Wild Pacific Salmon on the west coast of North America!
A good article about Ecological Economics (which is very important for the preservation of ecosystems and wild salmon):
Find out “Why the Salmon Come to the Squamish Waters”