CAAR media release: Half a million more farmed salmon being placed in the path of migrating Fraser River sockeye

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The Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform issued the media release Half a million more farmed salmon being placed in the path of migrating Fraser River sockeye upon news that a salmon farm in Conville Bay has

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Watershed Watch is a founding member of the Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform. For more information on salmon farming see our Salmon Farming page.

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