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The Cause

Chinook salmon make up most of Southern Resident Killer Whale’s diet during the summer months, and are a major focus of the Pacific Salmon Foundation. The PSF supports volunteers that restore habitats where Chinook spawn and feed, and enhance local populations through conservation hatcheries and net pens. PSF needs funding to expand their investment in Chinook given the urgent need of our southern residents pods.

The Foundation

The Pacific Salmon Foundation was established in 1987 as an independent charitable organization to protect, conserve and restore wild pacific salmon populations in British Columbia and the Yukon. They manage watershed initiatives in British Columbia that catalyze industry, First Nations, provincial and federal governments, and other non-profits. They work to advance science to improve the understanding of factors that limit the abundance of pacific salmon and work with government to prioritize and facilitate strategic salmon conservation in the province.

(2nd Annual) VIB Pod Pack, a collaboration between local island breweries with the objective of helping to preserve our coastal wildlife. Product will be available in your local private liquor stores by the first week of May 2021. The tall can mix pack is in support of the Pacific Salmon Foundation and one dollar from every Pod Pack will be donated to preserving Wild B.C. Salmon stocks, a vital food source for our southern resident killer whales.

Available locally on Vancouver Island as well as across BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan at private and select government stores.

The Pod Pack is made up of four unique beers, by four island breweries:

Mike by Whistle Buoy Brewing – Victoria, BC
Solstice by Ace Brewing Company – Courtenay, BC
Tahlequah by Mayne Island Brewing Co. – Mayne Island, BC
Wave Walker by Ucluelet Brewing Co. – Ucluelet, BC

The name of each individual brew is the namesake of one of our southern resident killer whales.


Donate to preserve Wild B.C. Salmon stocks, a vital food source for our southern resident killer whales.

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