Developing a Conservation and Restoration Plan for Seton River Corridor
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Seton River Corridor Conservation Restoration Project: Phase 4
This project engages disparate stakeholders to facilitate the development and implementation of a Seton River Corridor Conservation and Restoration Plan, with the aim of enhancing and increasing valuable habitat for fish and wildlife, with a focus on species‐at‐risk. This project will provide valuable information about past restoration and revegetation activities through a comprehensive monitoring program in partnership with Thompson Rivers University, where research will be undertaken to determine factors that influence success/failure of bioengineering and other revegetation works that can be extrapolated across the St’at’imc Territory in relation to site analysis and probability success.
Assessing white-nose syndrome mitigation options in the Stave River Watershed Bat roosts at two Stave sites have been inoculated with a probiotic-laden clay powder to protect against WNS in this project by the Wildlife Conservation […]
Over a quarter of a million Chinook smolts released in effort to rebuild population Every year, the FWCP contributes to the Puntledge River Hatchery in Courtenay to support the production of Chinook and help rebuild […]