The #WildSalmonCaravan2017 kicks off in just over a week. Here’s some calls to action, resources and things to think about.
In just over a week we’ll be launching into a journey to Chase from Vancouver in the 2017 caravan. With colder weather approaching, CHANCES (fingers crossed for not) of rain in some locations, many aspects of travel and gathering coming up…so we should all be prepared with the proper information.
We’ve been working to populate this website with all information needed and is being populated as the days countdown. (which you can see on our side bar widget…or down below on mobile devices)
All Media + Press Inquiries can be directed to either Dawn Morrison or Eddie Gardner via:
MEDIA + PRESS CONTACT PAGE
We have event pages for caravan parades on Facebook you can share RSVP to and share to your networks here:
Oct. 7 | Vancouver:
Oct. 8 | Chilliwack:
Oct. 10 | Merritt event page coming soon!
Oct. 11 | Kamloops:
Oct. 12 | Chase:
Please share to your communities and networks. Word of mouth is always the best way to get things out with personal outreach to each other and communications on why we’re supporting these events. We are the word. Follow our Facebook page here.
The travel intinerary is ALMOST complete.
Stay tuned on our Travel Itinerary page for the final updates in the next days.
The final map and details will be mapped out on event pages and advisories.
Thanks for your patience!
Some Calls To Action!
Like, Follow + Share @WildSalmonCaravan on social media
Try our Wild Salmon Caravan Facebook Frame + Camera Effect here. Use it to change your profile picture or in the Facebook Camera to shoot watermarked video or photos with WSC branding.
Tag us! @WildSalmonCaravan and use the hashtag #WildSalmonCaravan2017. We’re excited to see your photos and videos. Let us know what Wild Salmon means to you!
Talk to your communities about #WildSalmonCaravan2017 and how you can get involved. Word of mouth is always the best way to mobilize.
More to come soon! We are looking forward to seeing you all soon.
Let us know what your salmon story is!