Posted by Neil Fletcher on April 24, 2012 · 1 Comment
Our 2012 social media assistant intern and blogger, Rachel Schott, has recently published an article in the DFO Journal Streamtalk (April 2012, page 5). Read about the importance of our local Herring below:
Filed under Wetlands Education Program · Tagged with bcwf, conservation, DFO, Environment, fish, Herring, internships, North Shore Wetland Partners, Streamtalk, wetlands education program
Awesome – good stuff Rachel.
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