On September 21, 2006 FREMP released the 2006 Monitoring Report Update. Click here to review the report.
Established in 1985, FREMP and its IT partner
have provided a framework to protect and improve environmental quality,
to provide economic development opportunities and to sustain the
quality of life in and around the Fraser River Estuary. Geographically,
FREMP applies to the wet side of the dike of the Fraser River downstream
from Kanaka Creek and Pitt Lake to the Strait of Georgia. FREMP
also includes Sturgeon Bank, Roberts Bank and Boundary Bay.
FREMP has seven action programs that are always being updated.
For quick reference, click on one of the following: