Ongoing positive results in Steveston

There is water partially covering the lens in the foreground and in the distance a person dragging a long net through the water.

Photo by Alex Harris / Raincoast Conservation Foundation.

We are continuing to see positive results for our habitat connectivity project in the Fraser Estuary. Young Salmon are still using the breaches we created in the Steveston Jetty to access Sturgeon Bank.

“The best investment both for chinook salmon and for southern resident killer whales is in restoring wild salmon populations — getting away from hatcheries — and getting the habitat back so the salmon can come and spawn in the places they have spawned for thousands and thousands of years,”

– Misty MacDuffee, wild salmon program director

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