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In the Year for the Cranes Indigenous Peoples are ready to Continue Public Control over Salmon in the Amur River Tributaries
Премия рунета 2017

In the Year for the Cranes Indigenous Peoples are ready to Continue Public Control over Salmon in the Amur River Tributaries

20 february 2020
On February 14-15 in Khabarovsk, WWF together with the Khabarovsky Province Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North discussed the issues of public control over the status of the Pacific salmon spawning sites and citizen participation in fish conservation on water bodies of Khabarovsky Province.

Over 40 representatives of indigenous peoples from seven districts came to the meeting where the most common violations were reviewed. After each presentation, the attendees discussed the challenges in the fishery industry and issues of fish resources conservation with the governmental agencies’ specialists. Also, the results of the field season 2019 were summed up. Heads of three volunteer brigades reported on their research of the spawning rivers.

For additional information please contact
Project Coordinator of Protected Areas Unit, WWF Russia Amur Branch