Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador
November 23, 2018
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<<First Name>>, add your voice for coastal restoration in Newfoundland and Labrador.

This initiative is sponsored by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, as part of their Canada-wide Coastal Restoration Fund, aimed at helping restore coastal aquatic habitats and addressing major threats to marine biodiversity and sensitive species.  Here in Newfoundland and Labrador, WWF-led restoration efforts will focus on projects that contribute to sustainable stewardship of aquatic resources through habitat restoration and improved ecosystem modelling.  The types of restoration activities may include—but are not limited to—replenishment of proper habitat substrates, such as aggregate filling; installation of erosion control measures; vegetation restoration; and barrier removal to enhance fish migratory corridors.

Nominate a site in need of coastal restoration by filling this public input form at Describe a site you think is in need of attention, pinpoint the exact location, and add a photo to highlight your concerns. Or, contact Randal Greene ( or Victoria Neville ( directly.

To distribute this information to your community or colleagues, download a printable version of this project overview with links and contact information

Click here to read on to find out how you can suggest sites in need of restoration efforts as part of this multi-agency, multi-year initiative.
Click here to nominate a site in need of coastal restoration.
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