The Spooky Truth About Farmed Salmon
Video and Images by the expert on Farmed Salmon in British Columbia's waters Tavish Campbell.
Tavish's video clarifies the reality of farmed salmon. Although it seems like a reasonable solution to reduce fishing of wild salmon, farmed salmon is actually one of the largest threats to the health of the Salish Sea and any fish who come into contact with the Atlantic Farmed Salmon.
The Piscine Orthoreo virus which the farmed salmon carry is an extremely contagious virus which infects our wild salmon as they swim by the Brown's Bay processing plant that actively pumps out slaughtered farmed salmon blood, rife with virus into the Salish Sea.
This horrific atrocity is currently pumping diseased blood directly into our wild salmon's migration route to the Fraser River.
The farmed salmon nets fail. Just like last year in Washington off Cypress Island when a half of a million infected farmed salmon zombie fish escaped into the Salish Sea and spread the Piscine Orthoreovirus.
Atlantic Salmon have no business being in our pacific northwestern waters. Washington had a massive disaster last year, when a half a million virulent, infested farmed salmon escaped from broken nets.
Under further investigation, the fish farms were in violation of regulations in place to prevent farmed salmon from escaping, so Washington was forced to shut down all of their facilities.
British Columbia must shut down their farmed salmon facilities to ensure the safety of all salmon in the Salish Sea.
These salmon farms are toxic to the Ocean and need to be placed on land with intelligent disposal of virulent blood waste.
You are the
Together we can vote with our dollars and refuse to spend money on the horrific practice of disease infested farmed salmon.
Let's endeavor to cease farmed salmon by refusing to support it. Lets nourish our wild salmon and protect them and their Salish Sea and free running rivers which will also save our Southern Resident Orcas.
Call, Write, and Fax the below politicians/Director of the Canadian Department of Fisheries and demand they end Farmed Salmon Fishing immediately or if they must, make a land based practice where the fish can in
no way poison our wild salmon or the Salish Sea. This includes the proper, intelligent, reasonable disposal of the virulent waste of the fish farms.
Premier John Horgan
Phone: (250) 387-1715
Fax: (250) 391-2804
Address: 122 – 2806 Jacklin Rd. Victoria, BC V9B 5A4
Phone: (613) 992-1020
Fax: (613) 992-3053
Address: 328 Main Street (Main Office)
New BrunswickE4P 2E3