Policy development and implementation for the protection and restoration of native wild fish entails the four H’s:
Despite a century and a half of use, fish hatcheries remain a risk to the viability and biodiversity of native fish populations.
Harvest Reform: managing harvest to achieve wild spawner abundance and productivity
Habitat Protection and Restoration Through Local Stewardship
Hydropower Removal and Reform: ensuring accountability for recovery of wild, native fish populations;
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