Explore the Project

Fundy Salmon Recovery is proud to have a strong network of partners located all along the New Brunswick coast of the Bay of Fundy.


Site Visits

Click each of the visitor experiences on the map below to find an opportunity near you!

There are eight main recovery facilities located along the coast:

  1. Fort Folly First Nation
  2. Fundy National Park
  3. The University of New Brunswick
  4. The Mactaquac Biodiversity Centre
  5. The New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries
  6. Cooke Aquaculture
  7. Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association
  8. The Dark Harbour Conservation Farm

See the action!

Check out some of our amazing recovery facilities and visit the amazing people that help make this project possible.

Fundy National Park

Take a walk along the Upper Salmon River Trail in Fundy National Park. This trail will lead you to the salmon zone, here lies one of the main research stations in the national park.

Here you can help our biologists by reporting the number of salmon you see on your trek!


World’s First Wild Salmon Marine Conservation Farm

Take a ferry ride to the beautiful Grand Manan Island to visit the Dark Harbour, Wild Salmon Marine Conservation Farm. This is where Cooke Aquaculture and the Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association raise the wild endangered Atlantic salmon. This innovative conservation model is FIRST IN THE WORLD!

Here you will learn about conservation farming and all the specialized equipment used!