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bos2 Restoring a Wetland

Ocean Wise – aquablog – February 1, 2018
Leave the land better than you found it: that’s a motto to live by for Terry Halleran and his wife, Michele. Together they restored nearly eight hectares of natural wetlands, protecting all manner of species. Terry and Michele live in Meadow Creek, British Columbia, where the 40-hectare Halleran property dates back generations, to Terry’s grandfather in the 1920’s. It is also home to a wide variety of wetland species, including five-centimetre Pacific chorus frogs to 450-kilogram grizzly bears. Together they form a very unique ecological community, but before the restoration, many of these species were struggling to make a living. Read full blog post here.

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