The Hammond River Angling Association’s (HRAA) mandate is to protect and preserve the Hammond River watershed through education, conservation and community interaction. This membership based group is an affiliate of the Atlantic Salmon Federation and the NB Salmon Council, provincial watershed and environmental groups, community organizations and schools throughout the region. The HRAA has engaged in many Atlantic salmon habitat and population enhancement programs since its inception. Some of these programs include stocking fish, electrofishing for juvenile salmon, salmon spawning assessments, wetland restoration projects and bank stabilization by tree planting. The HRAA also runs an environmental summer camp, a school education program and community education through volunteer activities to promote watershed stewardship.
You can find detailed information about our research and education programs online or contact our HRAA staff for further information! Interested in becoming an HRAA member? See our membership page for more details.