Habitat Restoration & Salmon Enhancement Program (HRSEP) 1998/99 Summary Report

The Habitat Restoration and Salmon Enhancement Program (HRSEP) was established in 1996/97 to complement the Pacific Salmon Revitalization Strategy. The main objective of the federally funded HRSEP is to revitalize salmonid populations in British Columbia through habitat restoration, stock rebuilding, and resource and watershed stewardship. Other important goals are to develop and strengthen partnerships at the community level and (where feasible) train/employ displaced fishery workers. The projects are run by a variety of community groups and agencies. This report summarizes the 1998/99 program results and highlights several projects.

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Author Logan, G.
Data Steward Fisheries and Oceans Canada Pacific Region
Publication Year 1997, 2001