This news article focuses on Indigenous-led efforts led by Amlamgog (Fort Folly First Nation) that have successfully restored the once-endangered wild salmon population in the Inner Bay of Fundy.

Through collaborative initiatives, including releasing mature salmon, removing migration barriers, and implementing conservation practices, the population has made significant progress. The project’s positive impact on local communities, cultural significance, and the potential for replication in other regions are highlighted.

The restoration efforts demonstrate resilience, conservation, and the remarkable return of wild salmon to this region’s watershed.

Restoring Endangered Wild Salmon: Indigenous-Led Efforts in Inner Bay of Fundy

Author: David Gordon Koch, NB Media Co-Op

Year: 2023

Media Type: News Article