Fewer salmon farms = more wild salmon

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VANCOUVER — After nearly two decades of steep decline, the Fraser sockeye are returning in good numbers again this year. This is very good news and if we value these fish we need to know what changed, what reversed their decline? What has stopped killing them?
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Clearly, something good for salmon occurred (in) the Pacific Ocean as runs throughout the entire Pacific Ocean thrived…

Now, finally, BC has rejoined the ranks and is enjoying pretty strong runs of wild salmon too. Small towns the length of the province and breadth of the Fraser River watershed, which covers most of BC, are benefiting from the food, commerce, money, and happiness returning salmon bring! …

read full story: Fraser Sockey vs Farmed Salmon
– October, 2014 – Alexandra Morton blog

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