A branch is comprised of Steelhead Society members who usually live within close proximity to each other, who meet regularly, and who work together as a group to tackle various issues that affect their local rivers and the steelhead and salmon that inhabit them.

Common branch initiatives often include: fundraising campaigns for habitat restoration, advocacy, or research projects; volunteer activities such as meetings with local, provincial, and/or federal government agencies or committees; and interaction with the general public to increase their awareness about the plight of steelhead and salmon in their community.


Current Branches:

Main Branch:  See our contact list here.

Northern Branch: Troy Peters

Comox Valley Branch: Larry Peterson, chair:


To become a member of the Steelhead Society of BC follow this link: