The Horsefly River Roundtable is looking for a few new directors and is asking community members to consider participating on the Board.

What we expect of HRR directors:
Share our mission statement

To be a catalyst to achieve and maintain healthy Horsefly community watersheds,
through coordinated management of all resources, respect for all concerns and
cooperative, positive action

Attend meetings typically 5 per near, plus the AGM in June.

Communicate, ask questions and participate in the decision making of HRR activities.

If you are interested in the Horsefly River Watershed and helping the Salmon, please call Brian Englund at 250-620-3509

Posted by in Other on June 7, 2021

The Salmon Pole started as an idea of an archway across the entrance of the Horsefly Spawning Channel in 2015. Because of the high cost of engineering the new idea of a Salmon Pole was born in 2019.

Chainsaw carver Ken Sheen from Quesnel put our ideas onto the cedar pole and the result is now standing by the entrance of the spawning channel.

The pole symbolizes the special salmon habitat we have here in Horsefly, to honor and bring awareness out to the public of the importance regarding spawning salmon habitat and our watershed.

The Salmon Pole shows the important life cycle and connection Salmon have to our eco system.

The Horsefly River Roundtable would like to thank Imperial Metal Corp, West Fraser Mills, West Fraser Trucking Association and Gibralter Mines for their generous financial donations.

Thank you to United Concrete & Gravel, Williams Lake for the donation and delivery of the concrete.

Thank you to 

  • Artist Ken Sheen, Equipment operators
  • Hugh Barrett – Horsefly, base construction excavation
  • Pat Aldridge -Bedrock Gravel Horsefly, pole erection
  • Blair Erickson – Horsefly, Rock Solid fabrication/welding, knife blades