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Kudos to creek restoration crews

It is so heartening to read of the work being done by local groups with regard to fisheries habitat restoration.

The Nile Creek restoration and bank stabilization on French Creek are two of many projects that are slowly but surely, giving salmon a fighting chance to recover from the onslaught of decades of mismanagement of the environment.

We should all be grateful to the many people involved in all the hard work to ensure such success and do whatever we can to minimise our personal impact on local waterways. Kudos to all!

Richard Wilford, Nanoose Bay

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