The uncertain fate of the lower Fraser River’s last salmon island strongholds

Photo: Jayce Hawkins / The Narwhal
Most of the Fraser river’s foreshore wetlands, marshes and islands have been logged, diked, drained and converted to farming. Three of the last un-diked islands on the lower river have been bought by developers and heavily logged, threatening the most productive habitat stronghold for salmon and white sturgeon left in the entire Fraser watershed.
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