Why use salmon from Skeena River?

Aside from being the second longest river in British Columbia, one of the longest un-dammed rivers in the world and second largest source of sockeye salmon in the world, the Skeena River has at least 70 distinct spawning sites and 27 lakes that are utilized by sockeye salmon. This pristine and untouched watershed nurtures the cleanest and purest environment to allow the salmon to swim freely without disruption naturally giving it its shiny silver back, beautiful red flesh and usually over 12% oil content.

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