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Reopening Rivers for Migratory Fish

Every year, millions of fish migrate to their native habitats to reproduce. They are often blocked from completing their journey. When fish can’t reach their habitat, they can’t grow their populations.

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trinitycenter_rachel bisesi NCCF_750x500.jpg A living shoreline project at the Trinity Center in Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina. Credit: North Carolina Coastal Federation.
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