About us

Our goal for the future is to protect, enhance, conserve and continue to restore our salmon stocks so that we can have salmon for tomorrow.

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Our Journey

Only two populations of Sockeye remain in the Columbia River, and Okanagan Sockeye is one of them. Bringing our salmon back from the brink of extinction required six complementary initiatives.

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Wild Salmon

The Okanagan Sockeye perfectly expresses the unique conditions of our land and water. Peachy rose in colour, this sockeye offers near perfect balance: buttery light and juicy yet refined.

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The Fisherman

Beliefs and traditions are a very important part of First Nations’ culture and often reflect a deep understanding and respect for nature. We honor their roots by using holistic traditional practices of selective fishing—handed down from our ancestors.

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Mission Statement

Conservation, Protection, Restoration, And Enhancement Of Indigenous Fisheries (Anadromous And Resident) And Aquatic Resources Within Okanagan Nation Territory.