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Aquatic Habitat Canada is a national network focused on helping governments, local communities, Indigenous organizations, industry stakeholders and conservation organizations to more effectively protect and restore healthy and resilient aquatic ecosystems.

"#Salmon offer just one more way that the biodiversity crisis and climate crisis are inextricably tangled together. We undermine our efforts in either fight if we fail to address them together" 🌎🐟🌿

When you hear the words “ecosystem restoration,” you may think of planting trees, but there are many more restoration activities that are essential to recovering degraded ecosystems. Read about it here: https://fal.cn/3gchc #LandLines #GenerationRestoration #SciComm

Last year, thanks to your support, we conserved & restored 108,274 acres of habitat—beating our goal by 20%. No one helps Canada’s wetlands & the environmental benefits they provide more than DUC’s conservation community. #thankyou

Learn how you can help: https://bit.ducks.ca/3xtlHwA

Spent another two days with @Uuathluk @Ahousaht @haoomfisheries @CWFSrestoration & @NatureTrustofBC seining for suuhaa (chinook), hink̓uuʔas (chum), and cuw̓it (coho - pictured) in the beautiful Moyeha #estuary in Ahousaht Ha'houlthee (1/2)

@Jon_W_Moore #salmon #bcsrif

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