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Restoring Spawning Habitat for Maine Sea-run Fish

Restoring Spawning Habitat for Maine Sea-run Fish

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) announced it has now restored access to 15,000 acres of ponds and lakes and 300 miles of river for Maine’s native sea-run fish. These achievements are part of ASF’s Maine Headwaters Project that is focused on restoring critical spawning habitat to sea-run fish in tributaries identified as high priorities in State of Maine fisheries restoration plans. While the target species are Atlantic salmon and alewives, these restoration projects provide a broad range of benefits for all fish and wildlife along the river corridor.

The link address is: http://www.asf.ca/restoring-spawning-habitat-for-maine-sea-run-fish.html

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