Sekw’el’was Seton River Corridor – Habitat Enhancement & Restoration – Phase One

This project was undertaken to design a process and plan for conserving and restoring a significant riparian wildlife ecosystem within the Seton River watershed, for the benefit of salmon, and other species-at-risk. By bringing the many diverse stakeholders into planning for the long-term ecological health of the corridor, and engaging our community in stewardship, we were able to create an atmosphere were we could all learn about the intriciate dynamics of landscape and people, as well as the importance of healthy watersheds to fish and wildlife. Training and stewardship activities provided the opportunity to generate an understanding of ecosystem health, an appreciation for our local natural assets, while increasing community capacity in ecological land resource management.