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Salmon Farms Harm Nova Scotia Rivers

by John Randolph   |  February 3rd, 2012 0

Salmon farms have destroyed the wild-salmon populations in 24 Nova Scotia rivers and a proposed farming operation about to be approved by the government will probably destroy another river recently restored with wild salmon after $600,000 worth of liming was done to mitigate damage from acid rain and snow. Click here for the full story on the history of wild-salmon rivers destroyed around the world.

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