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Old 01-12-2011, 12:06 AM
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Default Re: Alaskan Salmon River to be Restored in Tongass

It is always pleasing to hear that people are looking after habitat, instead of trying to stock the rivers as there will be fish for longer if they can maintain their own numbers

We have similar problems ahead with some of our salmon spawning areas (not logging as it has been illegal for a long time now since they were declared national parks), but farming with cattle that fowl water and pebble beds for salmon and rainbow spawning (cant understand how it can be allowed)

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