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Wrap up at Kebaowek First Nation

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On January 24 people braved the freezing temperatures and gathered at the Eagle Dome at Kebaowek First Nation to celebrate the completion of the Walleye Habitat Restoration.

Throughout the two-year project, three large walleye spawning shoals were constructed at restoration sites identified in consultation with the community elders, restoration biologist and Water First staff.

We would like to thank the community for their support throughout the project and the interns for their dedication and hard work to make this such a successful fish habitat restoration project.

Below are the before and after pictures of one of the spawning shoals.

Related: Put the big fish back… and other fish facts

Photo of a damaged spawning shoal. The same spawning shoal after restoration work is complete.

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