Working With T’it’q’et and Sekw’el’ First Nations to Map Puslumcw / Wetlands
Bull Trout: S. Rooke
Puslumcw (Wet Ground) Wetland & Riparian Survey
The project’s goal is to establish the extent and health of the wetlands and connectivity of the riparian areas in the region, to see if they can be conserved to mitigate the wetlands and riparian areas lost, due to Bridge/Seton hydro operations. The púslum̓cw survey will focus on identifying, mapping and describing the wetlands and riparian areas within a 15‐kilometre radius to the west and south of the Seton/Fraser confluence and five kilometres north, up to an elevation of 800 metres above sea level (MASL).
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