News from Atlantic Salmon Federation - Nov. 28, 2014


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ASF Helping to Add Fish Habitat in Maine
ASF is working with partners on an ambitious plan to expand fish habitat in Maine, that is seeing one project after another reaching completion. This article details a few of the recent accomplishments.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - ASF Helping to Add Fish Habitat in ME

Salmon, the River, and the Penobscot Indian Nation
A blogpost by the USFW provides insight into the relationship existing between the Penobscots, their river, and the Atlantic salmon
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Atlantic Salmon and the Penobscot Indian Nation

ASF Research Blog – A Community Gathers
ASF’s Jonathan Carr was at the Salmon Summit, hosted by the Gespe’gewaq Mi’gmaq Resource Council (GMRC) in Listiguj Quebec this week. Read more
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Research - In the Field

DFO Asks for Your Views on Atlantic Salmon and Striped Bass Management
DFO has set up online forms for interested individuals to provide their views regarding management measures for the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence Atlantic salmon and striped bass. This includes the Miramichi watershed.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - DFO Has Public Consultation Forms for Southern Gulf Salmon and Stripers

NL Poachers Have Equipment Forfeited
In NL, two poachers are convicted, with equipment, including a vehicle, forfeited.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - NL Poachers Fined, Equipment Forfeited

Rainbow Trout Farm Project in Cornwall, UK Abandoned
Strong resistance from environmentalists, anglers and others resulted in plans for a rainbow trout farm in southwest England being shelved. Read more.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Cornwall Rainbow Trout Farm Abandoned