Portage Inlet Cutthroat Trout Initiative

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Searun Cutthroat trout from Portage Inlet watersheds were once an abundant salmonid in the waters around Greater Victoria, but is now largely gone. The project, a coalition of 10 local angling clubs and NGOs will build on past restoration initiatives to create an urban restoration strategy that also benefits coho, water quality, and urban nature.

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