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Welcome
The Fraser Headwaters Alliance was formed in 1988 as the Robson Valley's first grassroots conservation organization. Our mission is to maintain and restore ecoystem health and support ecologically sustainable human communities and economies in the Fraser Headwaters bioregion.
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Site Features

Goat River:   FHA's interest in the conservation of wilderness values in the upper Goat River watershed continues.


Mountain Caribou: One of Canada's most endangered species. The population of this endangered species is now estimated to be as low as 1806 animals in 13 discrete herds.
For more information on efforts to promote the survival of the endangered Mountain caribou, check out www.mountaincaribou.org


Inland Rainforest: A rainforest in the interior? The Headwaters region boasts some of the best examples of this rare ecosystem in the world.
Trails: Update on FHA's trail works coming soon!!
 


Recent News
March 17, 2004:
Official dedication of the Natasha Boyd Wetland Conservation Area. Read about the land, the ceremony and the remarkable woman that inspired it ...

February, 2004:
FHA releases a socio-economic report for the Robson Valley

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Summer, 2003 :
FHA initiates "fish sign" program to increase awareness of, and pride in, Salmon habitat in the Fraser Headwaters

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September, 2003 :
FHA members break-in the Robson Valley's newest Trail More...

Click here to view archives of publications, media releases and FHA actions.


 
 
photo credits:Top, goat river thumbnail, trails thumbnail (Jeremy Williams), caribou thumbnail (Anonymous), inland rainforest thumbnail (Jocelyn Campbell), Cascadian thumbnail (Northwest Environment Watch)

   

 

Hey... check out this cool link!
Cascadia Scorecard - a new gauge of regional progress created by Northwest Environment Watch.
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Newsletter
FHA's quarterly newsletter, Headwater Headlines, provides members and supporters with up-to-date information on conservation issues in the Headwaters bioregion.

Click here to view all back issues !

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