Wednesday, 28 September 2011

The Fish Are on Their Way Upstream

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The Nature Conservancy recently coordinated a project at Florida’s Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam that is allowing fish to migrate upstream to native spawning grounds. At no additional operating cost, it may increase certain populations by up to five times. Find out how this regional effort has large-scale impacts for both people and nature. 

Using Science and Innovation to Restore Fish Populations »


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JULISSA
I'm from Ecuador and I´m aquaculturists. It´s possible that you can tell me if an organization like yours, is conducting such a program for conservation of rivers in my country Ecuador? ... I appreciate the information

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