Restoration Projects

Fish Habitat Restoration

Our fish habitat restoration work focuses on rebuilding and improving fish spawning grounds that have been damaged due to human activity or eroded over time. By improving spawning sites, these projects aim to grow fish populations for future generations.

Community members participate in the assessment, planning and restoration phases of a fish habitat restoration project, in partnership with experts in biology and hydrology. Elder consultations are key to identifying historically active fish habitat and restoration sites. Local youth are hired and receive training to implement the project with expert guidance.

 

Before and after a spawning shoal rebuild

 

Watch it in action

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Watershed Restoration

Community members participate in the assessment, planning and implementation of erosion control activities to improve water quality in the local watershed. Local youth are hired and receive training to implement the project with expert guidance.