5th Annual Spring Duck Run Race – Saturday May 13th, 2017

Thank you to all phone attended, supported, and enjoyed our Duck Run Race this past Saturday! Special thanks to AA Munro Insurance, Sackville Business Association, and the Sackville Kinsmen for sponsoring our event, and to Acadia Recreation Club and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Halifax for being our partners.

Congratulations to CBCL, Wisecracks, and Clean Foundation for placing first, second, and third respectively in our corporate duck race, to Beaton’s Towing for winning our best painted duck award, and to CBCL for winning our best dressed duck award. And congratulations to the Dockrill, McAdam, and Regan families for placing first, second, and third respectively in our family race, as well as our 10 youth winners in our youth race.

Best painted duck – Beaton’s Towing

Best dressed duck – CBCL


Thank you to Councillor Lisa Blackburn

Thank you to Councillor Lisa Blackburn, District 14 – Middle/Upper Sackville – Beaver Bank – Lucasville, for the support of our Fish Friends program through supplying funds towards the purchase of a digital microscope for the program.

Also thank you for participating in our 5th Annual Spring Duck Run Race.


Fishway cleanup Saturday April 29th, 2017 – 9am to 1pm

SRA will be performing our annual fishway cleanup on the river next to Hefler Forest Products on Lucasville Road on Saturday April 29th from 9am to 1pm. We are seeking volunteers to help close off flow to the fishway and to clean debris out of the structure – we will supply tools and waders, but equipment is in limited supply so please bring what you have. Weather and river conditions permitting of course, so rainfall prior to this event will likely cause the date to be adjusted until conditions are suitable.

For further information give us a call or send us an email – http://sackvillerivers.ns.ca/contact/

Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation supports SRA River Restoration 2017 – $5,000


Eight salmon conservation projects funded

March 31, 2017 – 6:22pm
April 1, 2017 – 11:27am
The Atlantic Salmon Conservation Federation (ASCF) announced Thursday they are awarding $102,137 to eight separate conservation projects in the province this summer, including the Sackville Rivers Association (SRA), to boost wild Atlantic salmon stocks from fragile and vulnerable to healthy and sustainable in Eastern Canada.