Watershed Salmon Enhancement Projects (including lead proponent)
- Completed: Junior Creek project (creation of coho and steelhead habitat near Seymour River Hatchery) by DFO, GVRD and SSS, stocked with coho fry by SSS
- Completed: Homestead Enhancement site (3 rearing ponds and spawning channels created 1999 +2000) by SSS, stocked with coho fry by SSS
- Completed: Coho Creek site (coho and steelhead spawning and rearing habitat created in 2000), by GVRD
- On-going: Mid valley (will be completed 2001), by SSS
- Planned: Maplewood Creek off-channel habitat creation project (CDNV) 
- Up to 40,000 fed coho fry released above the dam each year
- Water supply for North Vancouver since 1907, first intake built 1907, 1927: first Seymour dam constructed, present Seymour Falls dam constructed 1961 [1,8]
- Logging in the watershed as early as 1875 
- Several homesteads built along Seymour River (south of Rice Lake) in 1890s 
Key Interest Groups / Government Bodies
- Tseil Waututh (Burrard Indian band), Squamish First Nation
- Greater Vancouver Regional District (Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, LSCR education group)
- District of North Vancouver, District Parks Department
- Federal: Department of Fisheries and Oceans
- Provincial: Ministry of Transportation and Highways; Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks
- Community groups include: Seymour Salmonid Society (SSS), North Shore Streamkeepers (NSSK), Blue Ridge Community Group, North Shore Fish and Game Club, Maplewood Community Association, Morten Creek Salmon Enhancement Project (MCSEP)
- Lynn Valley Ecology Centre
- Capilano College, BCIT Fish and Wildlife Program
- CN Railway (crosses river at its mouth)
- BC Hydro (has several right of ways through watershed)
- Burrard Inlet Environmental Review Committee
- National Harbour Board
- Recreational groups
- North Shore Historical Society
Available sources of information
- Maps: TRIM maps: 92GO35, 92GO36, 92GO46
- Websites: www.seymoursalmon.com (Seymour Salmonid Society)
- www-heb.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/English/maps.htm (Fish Wizard, Georgia Basin Sensitive Habitat Atlas, SHIM data with Orthophotos etc.)
- www.PSkF.ca (Pacific Streamkeeper Federation)
- www.bcfisheries.gov.bc.ca (fish information, watershed maps)
- www.gvrd.bc.ca/LSCR/default.htm (Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve)
- Greater Vancouver’s Capilano, Coquitlam and Seymour watersheds, GVRD report 1999.
- Lower Fraser Valley Stream Review, Vol. 1. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Fraser River Action Plan, 1999.
- Wild, threatened, endangered and lost streams of the Lower Fraser Valley, 1997. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Summary report. Fraser River Action Plan. Prepared by Precision Identification Biological Consultants.
- A biophysical inventory of the Seymour River and its tributaries. Jarvis and Gidora, 1987. Federal Job Development Project Number 9605 RX3.
- Seymour Demonstration Forest. Management plan. GVRD report, 1992.
- Master Plan for interpretation and education in the Seymour Demonstration Forest. GVRD report. 1989.
- Stream Riparian Classification, 1999. GVRD Watershed Management. Prepared by Acres International Ltd.
- The Seymour River Valley 1870s to 1980s – A history of resource use. Gabrielle Kahrer, 1989.
- Maplewood Creek- Off-channel habitat creation project. Coast River Environmental Services proposal, 2000.
- Assessment of buffer zones on Maplewood Creek. Draft report by Catherine Sherlock. 1999/2000.
- Environmental Evaluation- Hogan’s Pool. Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.1993. Report prepared for the District of North Vancouver.
- District of North Vancouver report on Creek systems and stormwater control, 1982. Prepared by Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd.
- District of North Vancouver report on Seymour River. Working paper No. 10, 1982. Prepared by Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd.
- The development of Seymour. Council of the District of North Vancouver. Report, 1977.
- Maplewood Flats. Upland and Basin: Wildlife Habitat Significance. 1988. Prepared by the Western Canada Wilderness Committee and Vancouver Natural History Society.
- GVRD assessment of current and future GVS and DD area watershed and catchment condition. 1999.
Updated January 30th 2001 by Renate Lehmann, Seymour Salmonid Society